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I am trying to create a project where the object is showing on 4 different monitor screens. The 4 angles being the front, the sides, and the back. While its giving the effect that it looks like the background/atmosphere is spinning around the object on each monitor screen, but the cameras focus is on either the front, sides or back only, per each monitor screen. Can someone help explain step by step what to do? Thank you

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    $\begingroup$ Under the menu called View at the top of the viewport, you can select Area > Duplicate Into New Window to make a new viewport window for each of your monitors. You can then use the ortho perspective keys (Numpad 1, 3, 7, 9) on each of the windows to get your different front/back/top/side views. Is this what you're looking for? $\endgroup$ Commented Apr 21, 2022 at 0:23

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Is it possible you are looking for Quad View? description of quad view from the docs

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I'm a Beginner. When I hear that question, I get four split identical objects that only move the background from an animated angle, and maybe that's an animation rendering from different angles and then editing it to look like it's split into four sides into programs like Premiere Pro and After Effect? I haven't done animation rendering, but I think it's probably rendering the screen that's shown through the camera. Thank you

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