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#1 eliaspace

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 05:36 AM

Hi eveyone,

 

I'm new here and not so familiar with projections: I'm making a video to be projected with 15 projectors in a 360 circular screen, so my output is a quite long video of 6346 pixels wide and I can't find a way to compress an .mp4 h264 video to deliver at this size. They keep asking me a single video but i can only split it into two files so i can compress it. My question is: is it possible to use 2 videos instead of a single one and align them inside Watchout right? I mean they don't really need it to be a single video right?

 

Thanks guys!!

 

Elia



#2 jfk

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Posted 09 December 2016 - 10:41 AM

Hi eveyone,

 

I'm new here and not so familiar with projections: I'm making a video to be projected with 15 projectors in a 360 circular screen, so my output is a quite long video of 6346 pixels wide and I can't find a way to compress an .mp4 h264 video to deliver at this size. They keep asking me a single video but i can only split it into two files so i can compress it. My question is: is it possible to use 2 videos instead of a single one and align them inside Watchout right? 

 

Correct. Common technique.

 

I mean they don't really need it to be a single video right?

 

Yes, and in fact the User Guide provides info on breaking up large movies into output sized chunks.







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