Advice needed: 4k video event projection using a lot of 1080 content


i am erikd wrote on 3/14/2018, 2:45 AM

Well, the update is the that I was given the name of the projector that is going to be used. It is the Christie 10000 which is ONLY 1080! So, things become very simple now. I simply produce a 1920x800 and everything is fine. Sorry for the misinformation.

Musicvid wrote on 3/14/2018, 8:35 AM

No problem, it was an interesting discussion for the most part.

walter-i. wrote on 3/14/2018, 11:12 AM

And once again, we learn from it, which questions we should ask first and should answer.
But nonetheless, it was a really interesting topic.

i am erikd wrote on 3/14/2018, 11:22 AM

I did ask right the question, I was just given the wrong information. There is a difference.

walter-i. wrote on 3/14/2018, 11:35 AM

So I'm not misunderstood - that was under no circumstances criticism, but rather self-reflection. ;-))))))

john_dennis wrote on 3/14/2018, 1:36 PM

I would like to submit a policy proposal for peer review.

When preparing for that big showing of your work, the most important question to ask and have answered to an absolute certainty is:

"1) Do you know the native resolution of the projector at this venue?"

I was a musician long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away and am very familiar with performance anxiety. I also spent 39 years trying to prevent and sometimes dealing with things gone terribly wrong:

@i am erikd

Without adding another brick to your load, my first effort at finding the specs for the "Christie 10000" projector produced results that gave me pause.

I was able to find a model that had FHD resolution but the model number is different.

See my performance anxiety coming out and I don't even have a big show date looming.

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