What's the difference between "Standard Quality .mp4" and "High Quality .mov"?

You can choose to render videos for "High Quality". Videos rendered for High Quality are less compressed, to show off the most detail possible on larger screens and the best sound for home theater systems, as well as a slightly different frame rate to ensure compatibility with broadcast TV.

Here's a comparison between Waymark's default "Standard Quality .mp4" quality and our "High Quality .mov" quality:

Standard Quality .mp4

Wide (16:9 aspect ratio): 1920px wide by 1080px tall, at 30 frames per second

Square (1:1 aspect ratio): 1080px wide by 1080px tall, at 30 frames per second

Vertical (16:9 aspect ratio): 1080px wide by 1920px tall, at 30 frames per second

 

 

High Quality .mov

Wide (16:9 aspect ratio): 1920px wide by 1080px tall, at 29.97 frames per second

Square (1:1 aspect ratio): 1080px wide by 1080px tall, at 29.97 frames per second

Vertical (16:9 aspect ratio): 1080px wide by 1920px tall, at 29.97 frames per second

 


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