2 Keys + 2 Fills with Decklink Duo 2

Hi,

I think I saw a few days ago a thread about it, but I can’t find it again.
So I have a Decklink Duo2 and I want to have 2 Fills + 2 Keys as outputs. Is that possible with the card and how would be the configuration for this case?
Until now we used the card just for 1 Fill & 1 Key with connector mapping inside the Desktop Video Setup app.
If I want to have 4 outputs I have to deactive the mapping right?

Maybe that helps.

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Yes, that link @didikunz gave is helpful, but we still had to play with it until we got it working.
Anyway, here is our casparCG config with 2x fill and key on 2x Duo2 cards - so, a total of 4x key + fill channels.
Hope it helps.

    <channels>
		<channel>
            <video-mode>720p5000</video-mode>
            <consumers>
                <decklink>
					<device>1</device>
					<embedded-audio>false</embedded-audio>
					<latency>low</latency>
					<keyer>external</keyer>
					<key-only>false</key-only>
					<buffer-depth>3</buffer-depth>
				</decklink>
            </consumers>
        </channel>
		<channel>
            <video-mode>720p5000</video-mode>
            <consumers>
                <decklink>
					<device>2</device>
					<embedded-audio>false</embedded-audio>
					<latency>low</latency>
					<keyer>external</keyer>
					<key-only>false</key-only>
					<buffer-depth>3</buffer-depth>
				</decklink>
            </consumers>
        </channel>
        <channel>
            <video-mode>720p5000</video-mode>
            <consumers>
                <decklink>
					<device>5</device>
					<embedded-audio>false</embedded-audio>
					<latency>low</latency>
					<keyer>external</keyer>
					<key-only>false</key-only>
					<buffer-depth>3</buffer-depth>
				</decklink>
            </consumers>
        </channel>
		<channel>
            <video-mode>720p5000</video-mode>
            <consumers>
                <decklink>
					<device>6</device>
					<embedded-audio>false</embedded-audio>
					<latency>low</latency>
					<keyer>external</keyer>
					<key-only>false</key-only>
					<buffer-depth>3</buffer-depth>
				</decklink>
            </consumers>
        </channel>
    </channels>

yes that is a correct channel configuration @FareJede need just the first 2 channels
AND
then you need to have the Decklink-card configured so that it is using combined SDI-connectors.

configured like in this picture [same for 3&4]

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