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Media Servers for Lighting Programmers by Vickie Claiborne

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CHAPTER 9 Content Gone Wild: Unexpected Playback Results

It is not uncommon to encounter unexpected results during playback of content from time to time. Many factors can have an effect on the performance of the media server, both in hardware and in software. Here are a few of the more common issues that can arise, with some solutions to help you deal with an unruly piece of content or server.

Artifacts

While most media servers are capable of resolutions up to 1,920 × 1,080, recent advancements in technology allow for resolutions up to 8K in some servers. The downside of using images at these high-definition (HD) resolutions is that they show a lot more detail than a standard-definition (SD) image, so the source content must be cleaner and without ...

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