Here's an idea: cropping the middle third of some high-def footage, splitting into 3 segments (left, middle, right) and projecting it from synchronized PCs. A venue I know near where I live has a setup with 3x side-by-side screens and projectors, each projector can take a separate feed. I was thinking of putting a fisheye lens on my HD cam (already tested), shooting some footage, then cropping the resulting 1920x1080 footage to 1920x480. After doing all the editing in Vegas, adding titles, etc. I would copy the footage twice, and render out 3 different versions with different cropping (left, center, right) - so I'd get 3x 640x480 files. I could then play it out of Resolume or Pilgrim on 3 PCs, sync'ed via MIDI. I was thinking of creating identical decks/projects on the 3 PCs, except that each one would have a different cut of the clips. Has anyone done something similar? Any tips on editing footage in a non-standard resolution (1920x480)?