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After Effects Rendering for Giant Screen

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Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

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Please help me!!! This should be a simple fix but I can't find any info online.

 

I designed an 11 minute animation that will be shown on a 14ft x 8ft screen. I made my composition settings 16128px x 9216px after doing the math to get the aspect ratio correct. The frame rate is 24fps if that matters.

 

When I go to render the file, it's HUGE. Like, over 100GB. What render settings should I use so that I'm able to have the video not be blurry when shown on the giant screen but not have a massive file size? 

 

Here are the render settings at QuickTime with Apple Prores 422

Screen Shot 2023-11-02 at 2.45.53 AM.png

I tried again with QuickTime and Apple Prores 422 LT, hoping it would be smaller, but it's still so large.

Screen Shot 2023-11-02 at 2.48.29 AM.png

Thanks in advance!!

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Nov 02, 2023 Nov 02, 2023

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Inquire with the vanue about the playback devices they use and their requirements. Anything else does not make any sense at all. It's probably still mundane 4k or even Full HD video run through an hardware upscaler associated with the screens.

 

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