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Douglas Heck
Render Settings Question
on May 4, 2010 at 11:37:55 am

The Case: Showing a Sports Video that I have shot and edited in HD (1080p, Sony M2T files) on a projector which is super bright (5200 lumens) but which has a native resolution of 1024x768.

What are the optimal export/render settings to have this video display as clearly as possible on this projector?

Playing video off of a standard DVD, BTW.

Thanks in advance.

Here is the model of projector used at the venue: http://www.projectorcentral.com/Sanyo-PLC-XF30NL.htm


Setup: Using PPro CS4, Win7-64



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Danny Winn
Re: Render Settings Question
on May 4, 2010 at 1:26:23 pm

I beleive ont your output settings you can set the format to MPEG2 and then just type in the correct pixel dimentions (make sure the "Linked" button is not selected).

Ya might try that and see how it comes out.

Let us know.


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Jeff Brown
Re: Render Settings Question
on May 4, 2010 at 1:48:09 pm

If you are playing of a standard Video-DVD, you don't have a choice:
720x480 for NTSC (PAL is different).

If you are playing off a data-DVD (DVD-ROM), you have nothing but choices, so test, test, test.

-jeff


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Brian Louis
Re: Render Settings Question
on May 4, 2010 at 5:55:34 pm

[Douglas Heck] "Playing video off of a standard DVD"

If you are playing off a standard DVD player like Jeff said, 480i, if the player will do progressive then 480p, render out as 2-pass VBR max, min and target determined by the length of the video and whether or not a dual-layer, also use the "Maximum Render Quality" option but only if you have alot of ram(more than minimum sys requirement)


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