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Highest quality Publishing option


Edward Daniels
(@edward-daniels)
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Joined: 2 years ago
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It looks like my Blu-Ray burner is on the fritz so I am looking for the best alternative.  I am also seeing the handwriting on the wall that Blu-Ray is fading in popularity.  At issue is that I have been ecstatically happy with the quality output of Blu-Ray.  Recent attempts to publish in MPEG seemed to fall short.  

What is the highest quality publishing option?  Is it still Blu-Ray?

Thanks.  Ed


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Keith Simonian
(@yaryman)
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Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 28
 

I use the publish video file option to create 4K UHD MP4 files with the "Extreme Quality" setting. 
Then to get to 8K videos, I upscale the 4K file using Topaz Video. 

I realize almost nobody has 8K TV's, but in a couple years they will. 
I don't want my videos to become obsolete. 

https://youtu.be/4M9tdDqAemc?t=102


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George Krahn
(@aslangeorge)
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Joined: 3 years ago
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My question is: how do you deliver that 4K or 8K file to a client?  I give access to the file on a Google Drive but most of my clients are older(I do funeral/memorial slideshows) and don't know what to do with that.  If they live near me I also put the video file on a USB drive and give it to them to use at the church or funeral home.

I find that supplying the client with a DVD or BD is the simplest way to give them the product I'm creating for them.

Any other suggestions anyone? 


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Keith Simonian
(@yaryman)
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Joined: 3 years ago
Posts: 28
 

I can write a 4K MP4 file to a USB drive. 
It will play on most smart tv's. 


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