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Old November 28th, 2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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So I appreciate all the help I got for rendering for You Tube...but now I have a project that I am perplexed on how to render.

I taped a program at a local nursing home. They have asked for the files to be delivered in a format that can be put on thier laptop and played to their HDTV in the community Room. It will be played from the puter to the Big Screen via HDMI cable. Ive experminted a bit but the video quality falls apart on the large screens...

One HDTV is an LG3750 that says Resolution is 720p the other is a HDTV that says the resolution is 1080? I dont know if its 1080i or 1080p

So what is best way to set the project properties? 1280x720, 1920x1080,

What bitrate?

MPEG2,AVI ?????


Please Help!!!!
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