Jay,

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Jay,
I would definitely go with the highest quality (1080) and since you are looking for a cinematic look…. 24fps since this is what is used in cinemas…

Then the question becomes Interlaced (I) or Progressive (P)

I looked into this recently (for streaming video) and found this article….

http://www.videomaker.com/article/13755-choosing-your-direction-progressive-or-interlaced.

also, I typed “Interlace vs Progressive” in google and found good articles that you should read…

so based on your available formats you only have 1080/24P as choices…

now FX or FH

I would go with the FX (1080/24P FX(24Mbps) because its a higher Quality…

Good luck with your new endeavor!

Regards,
Robert

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