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For those of you who use video projection in your shows, what projectors are you using?

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On 2/27/2020 at 9:51 PM, ebrown1972 said:

For those of you who use video projection in your shows, what projectors are you using?

high end and short throw (brightness matters).  I started out with a cheap $50 one to get an idea of how I wanted to incorporate and then pulled the trigger on a high end one ($800).  Spending more made a big difference in brightness and crispness of image.

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4 hours ago, caniac said:

high end and short throw (brightness matters).  I started out with a cheap $50 one to get an idea of how I wanted to incorporate and then pulled the trigger on a high end one ($800).  Spending more made a big difference in brightness and crispness of image.

Which one do you have? 

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On 3/3/2020 at 7:19 AM, caniac said:

What type of covering on the outside of your home...color? Mine is brick therefore I'm looking at very bright, short throw projectors, certainly 1080P or higher and minimum of 3000 LM. I don't wish to waste money on one though that's not bright enough.

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the projector above has the brightness to handle that, no covering needed.  When in doubt go to a store that has professional audio/video stuff.  Borrow or rent one short term.

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Follow-up question: So assuming I had a projector, VDO Mapped video file and of course its audio...can I import it into S5 as a video file and create a sequence using their(digital pressworks) videos, sending that video to the projector? I'm thinking of transmitting it via wireless HDMI and figuring out some way to command the projector to fade to black after each use. So basically, thinking of interjecting VDO projections sequences, between my LOR sequences.

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