Here's a relatively old projector spec and already it specifies that h264
compression in an .mov or .mp4 container are supported. That's close to
optimal except maybe in Linux; you might give those profiles a shot.
On Mar 8, 2014 2:57 PM, "Al Matthews" <prolep...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Mpeg2 should also be ok.
> On Mar 8, 2014 11:06 AM, "Mark Street" <mstreet...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Sisters and Brothers,
>> I'm installing a three channel video installation now, and have forgotten
>> all I once knew about getting projectors to loop images. Any help would be
>> much appreciated.
>> In the past, I had a hard time determining which projectors would accept
>> which thumbdrives, and which files... I want three fairly short loops to
>> play continuously..... But some thumbdrives work, some FILES work (and more
>> importantly, some don't) and I ended up chasing my tail. At present I'm
>> just using DVD players.
>> I'm remembering now: I had to convert my short loops to MPEG1 in order
>> for the projector to read them, but when I did so the compression was
>> awful, so better from a DVD
>> all best,
>> Mark Street
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