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Lloyd J. LittleRe: Rendering for play on a TV:
by on May 4, 2012 at 11:23:08 pm

I'm actually using a Classroom Media Controller produced by SAFARI Montage. It's a device that is designed for digital signage.

http://www.safarimontage.com/Products/psm_cmc.aspx

Features
Displays Pathways SM™ managed media through projectors or other display types
Preserves the teacher’s workstation for other uses
Supports school-wide "All-Call" and "All-Off" features
Supports up to 720p resolution
Real-time status reporting viewable via SAFARI Montage server
Requires SAFARI Montage 4.0 and Pathways SM™ Module

General Specifications
Intel® Dual Core AtomTM 330
1 Gigabyte of RAM
5.1 Channel audio subsystem
10/100/1000 Mb/sec LAN
PS/2 port (keyboard)
1 VGA port
4 USB

It comes with pre-loaded content. Is it very difficult to reverse engineer one of these videos to see what settings it was encoded/created at? Again, I'm kind of teaching myself as I go here.


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