I'm finishing a 1h30 diaporama (hd pics) edited with prores 422 settings, 1080 progressive.
I'm going to export "same as sequence", self contained, ok.
But from there, do I have to make a compression in order to have the qt file played on Flat screens from an hdmi disk? Does an hdmi disk (i.e: "la cie lacinema classic") support such a file? Or do I have to encode to H264 or whatever?
[Aurelien Moryusef]"Using a device with an hdmi cable, will that allow me to play the prores file, or am I still limited to h264?"
Each device may play different kind of files.
Google the device specs.
I said "primarily wireless," meaning that these devices typically do have both ethernet and wireless connectivity, but most users are in fact using them these days to play video distributed wirelessly from their computers.
Anyway, most of these devices are limited to playback of h.264, which can be a very high quality files. But, as Rafael and both suggest, you should definitely take the time to find out exactly what the maximum bitrate and pixel dimensions are from the manufacturer.