“Bottom line, if you want

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“Bottom line, if you want full HD imagery in your film you’ll have to burn it to Blu-Ray. Otherwise, you’ll have to downconvert to SD”

I only agree this is the case if the client wants a physical medium. I have clients that just want a digitally delivered product so I send them a HD WMV file or HD H.264 file (whatever they want). Seems they are using the video in a program such as ProPresenter or similar so they do not need or even want a physical disc. SoI get full HD results without any sacrifice of quality and they get a file they can play.

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