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If the player only plays SD NTSC or PAL movies, then it seems that your composition settings should simply match those settings. In other words, it seems that you should just use the NTSC DV or PAL D1/DV preset for your composition settings.
Thanks a lot Todd, once again
That's right Todd, but then my problem is a new one... I can not choice PAL or NTSC as screen resolution for the projector I have attached to my laptop! (mac book). Then, I need a way to plug the multimedia player to the projector in such a way I can choose the resolution I want between they two.
Any suggestion? Is there a way to choose PAL or NTSC as display option for mac book?
Sorry, but I can't really help you with the settings on your hardware.
Thanks a lot anyway Todd, you have been really helpful
Well, it seems I solved it!
Just to put things clear: it was just not changing resolution. I need an After Effects preview to compose and the multimedia player to play exactly in the same way. Each pixel had to be in the very same position. I did the following:
I attached the laptop to the projector using a mini display to hdmi cable. That was the key of all. Then I choose a 1280x720 resolution for my After Effects composition, the very same that the projector recognized from my laptop.
Then, I connected the multimedia player to the projector using a HDMI to HDMI cable.
It was quite a dumb solution, but you know, this things always mess a little bit!
Thanks everybody for your ideas an support! They showed my the way!