Manually edit the render settings.
even if i resize it to 7680x2160 i still get that message "setting missmatch"
is there anything else i can do? am i missing something? i would appreciate any help thx
How are you playing this movie? What hardware/software plays that movie and sends it to two independent monitors?
I don't know what your system constraints are but many signage systems are able to play two concurrent streams and send them to separate outputs. You'd make two movies, one for each side of the frame. Other systems will scale up a conventionally sized 4k movie and crop off the tope and bottom letter boxing to fit the dual displays.
Signage systems have unusual specs. Can you find other users?
i don't know how it's played and what system they are using cause i provide the file to the client and they play it. I was trying to render the 7680x2160 comp cause that's the reaolution the asked for.
i Will ask about it and see if rendering to seperate movies for each screen can work.
i Appreciate your help bogiesan and will let u know what happens
Absolutely. You need good delivery specifications. Without them, there could be delays.
A 4k render should be droppable by the playback software bt you want to find the mfr of the playback system and get their specs. They may even provide a custom codec.
Most video codecs have constraints. For instance, ye olde MPEG2 is locked into specific pixel dimensions, you cannot create a custom output.
Here's Mylenium from 2012:
"There is no way to break the constraints. It's inherent in the MPEG specifications and I doubt that's what your client is using, anyway. Either they use a custom, "hacky" CoDec that may be based on MPEG algorithms, but is specifically tied to their playback hardware or they actualyl produce multiple synced HD streams from the huge input file. That's how it is usually doen for event liefe video.... Native 8k or even 4k playback would be so expensive, no client would pay for it."
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