Ich hab da mal an issue. We have with us s.der College of Design graduate exhibition soon, when a DVD of three short films will be played.
Now the question is what happens when one of those movies in HD 16:9 and running. Geht das überhaupt? The other two films are normal and in SD in 4:3 format. Can mix on a DVD?
So the three films in "a" to pack is not clear. I would the DVD be programmed so that after the first film directly, the second starts and then the third party. But how does such as the Beamer with the information sent to mixed-if you can burn a DVD? Should we then reconfigured in between?
I hope I have my problem in detail somewhat explain.
Thank you in advance in advance!
Antwort von Quadruplex:
From what kind of DVD you are talking about? In a standard video DVD is PAL or NTSC only - in 4:3 or 16:9. This may be synonymous of title to be different.
HD, you can only in the ROM portion of a DVD place. As a standard DVD player completely ignored because you can do what you want, but need to play a computer endeavor. Since it would be of course a consideration for a presentation like all the videos play directly from the notebook. Requires that the theft-proof and can draw up a suitable screen is available.