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    Default LED vertical screen render settings??

    Hey guys, hope you all doing fine.

    My question is, what are the render settings for the vertical LED screen? my movies are all in HD format (1920x1080), but the thing is i never tried a movie on a vertical screen so i have no clue how it looks, where is the safe frame, will it look cropped...?

    Thank you in advance.

    Samer

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    Do you mean as in a PDA or iphone? Do nothing. Assuming the unit can handle the resoultion, the video will be played horizontally either due to a setting change (pda) or tilt sensor (iphone).

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    Thank you Marc, i've already delivered the project, loll, and hoped it will work. then i tried to play it on one of them screens and noticed that it had many display settings and one of them is 1920x1080.

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