§ MPEG 2 encapsulated in Transport Stream, Transport Stream = 1 File. For displays sizes 20", 32", 37", 40", 42", 46", 50", 57", 65" : MPEG-2 Transport Stream at 720p for the full screen, and NTSС DV (720 x 480 x 29.97 fps), or 480i/p (720 x 480 x 29.97) for the zone (No 1080p settings!) High Definition (HD) 1920x1080 and Standard Definition (SD) 1366x768 formats, and sizedepending on native resolution of your display.
Supported Bit rate up to 15 Mbit/sec recommended for :
HD: 12 Mbit/sec - 15 Mbit/sec
SD: 3 Mbit/sec - 5 Mbit/sec
You should FTP the individual video file to the San Disc memory on each individual DMP. Have your digital signage application reference the video file on the local DMP. Not sure what is going on with your video file stopping to play. Sounds like a network issue. Take this out of the equation by putting the video file that has to keep playing all the time local so the network is not part of the equation. I hope this helps. Cheers C.O. Little
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