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    Hi,

    I want to convert a sample video file of any resolution to 13000x1080 resolution using any video convertor. I searched in web but want able to find any converter. Kindly let me know how it can be done.

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  2. You can do it as frame sequences (.dpx, .png, etc) with Adobe Media Encoder, but regular x264 or HEVC do not support those sizes.
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    What is the target display/device/audience? How is it to be applied?

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  4. I just used the x264 CLI encoder to encode a 13000x1080 MVK video from an AviSynth script. An MP4 video too.
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    Originally Posted by user321 View Post
    Hi,

    I want to convert a sample video file of any resolution to 13000x1080 resolution using any video convertor. I searched in web but want able to find any converter. Kindly let me know how it can be done.

    Thanks
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    I suspect he means 1300x1080
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    Don't think so: a typo in both the title and the body?

    I'm guessing he wants to do a 6-panel "triptych" (of ~2:1 AR size curved ultrawide) to do some surround performance art display in a museum.
    Would need a hefty HTPC with multiple, linked Quadro-level display cards & Matrox dual/triple head devices.

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  7. Hybrid should be able to support such resolutions.
    (Haven't tried, but I know the theoretical max resolution supported is 16384x16384)

    That said: 13000x1080 seems like a odd resolution.

    I just used the x264 CLI encoder to encode a 13000x1080 MVK video from an AviSynth script
    I suspect memory consumption will be nasty.
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