For an art installation I need to project on 3 projectors (1920 x 1080).
My playback setup is: 1 PC with Windows 7, SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 and 3 projectors (1920 x 1080).
The video I need to project has a width of 3 x 1920 = 5760 and a height of 1080.
The editing is done with Premier Pro CC 2018 (version 12.1) under Windows 10.
What video format and what codec should I use for the final export in Premiere Pro?
- to allow the oversized width
- to have a good quality for a large screen projection
- so that it is not to heavy for the system
If you are using three projectors to project an apparent 5760 x 1080 video, don't you need to send each of the three projectors a 1920 X 1080 section of the total image (left, center, right)?
What software are you using to playback the video elements to the projectors?
Is it something like Watchout?
I will connect the 3 projectors to the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 (which can handle up to 4 monitors simultaneously). With NVIDIA's Surround this will result in one large screen with the dimensions 5760 x 1080. Then I can use a player like VLC or similar.