Thanks Earl, some great fo

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Thanks Earl, some great food for thought! I hadn’t even thought about the playback from laptop hard drive. This shows my ignorance but, you’re saying that I can save the HD video in a format that can be put on a Pen Drive, then loaded onto another computer. What file format would that be? I use Adobe CS3 Production Premium with After Effects which can burn Blu-Ray disks (I think – I haven’t actually done it yet!). But, are you saying that there is a way to save in a file format that can then be loaded on the client’s laptop and he can project it as Hi-Def? Sounds very interesting. I’ll search VideoMaker’s database for more on this. Thanks again –Randy — Fortaleza, Brazil

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