A little cheat sheet to help media designers keep track of all of the settings required to get files playing their smoothest
When dealing with all of the different assets while programming your show, it can become extremely tedious to keep track of all of the settings required to get your files playing their smoothest. That’s why I’ve created this little cheat sheet to help fellow media designers through the dark times. Here are the four basic kinds of playback formats that I always use for video. When one of them is playing poorly on a given system, I’ll try one of the others. MPEG2 This is the current ...
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