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I actually came across two native format 9x16 1080x1920 full panel posers yesterday.


2 out of 3,500+, so I guess that makes them somewhat rare.
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I haven't been slacking. Doing posters. Lots and lots of posters.....


I haven't committed to the water cutting yet. That center piece of aluminum might be some stand off lettering,
and I've been thinking about a theater name. Not sure I'm there yet, but I kind of like "Front Row". (There's only
one row... )


I can see some Theo K type standoff vertical lettering in a 10" wide section beside the entry door, and maybe
as the text cut out for the digital poster light box. Just messing around with things. I've also been thinking of
water cutting as some other projects, such as door backer plates and some other theater related lobby signage.
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Just uploaded 1700+ movie posters to a Google Drive account, to share, if anyone wants 1080x1600
digital posters for a digital movie poster box.


More to come too.


Ted,


I'm a NOOB that's browsed for a while and am too far behind most of you talent and theater-wise to offer much (hence I can PM anyone due to too few posts). I will say that I'm currently trying to build a box/frame to make an electric light box out of a tv and would REALLY appreciate being able to access some of your digital posters.


Thanks in advance and keep up the good work!
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Hi Jacob.


Send me a personal message via AVS, with an email address, and I'll set you up with access for downloading.
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Hi Jacob.


Send me a personal message via AVS, with an email address, and I'll set you up with access for downloading.


Tedd,


Would you be willing to PM me?


I don't have enough posts to send anyone a PM. However, I hope that my lack of posts don't suggest a lack of interest or involvement. It's more of respect and being a bit intimidated by most of the conversations, as so many of them are way more technical than I can wrap my head around. Hence, a reader not a poster.


With any luck, working projects such as this will begin to educate me on the technical side so that I can get more involved with posting as well as my HT.


Thanks again and I appreciate your help!
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PM sent...


I wouldn't sweat the intimidation factor. Everyone has a learning curve. And the AVS Forum can really accelerate that learning curve and
hopefully save you from mistakes.

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so many impressive posters out there......
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As I'm finally getting a chance to complete my 'digital poster' I have a question or two that I'm hoping someone can help me with.....


1. I have a 39' Vizio tv (60mhz 1080 if that matters) and I haven't been able to figure out how to make my 'slideshow' continue to scroll. The way it is now, I have maybe 15 images on my thumb drive and after they play, the TV goes back to the menu that shows all the tiny images at once. Is there a way to fix this so that the posters/images will continue to cycle?


2. My images leave a couple inches blank on the top and bottom of the screen, is there a way to stretch the image w/o reducing the quality or is that something I can only fix with gimp or photoshop?




Thanks in advance for any advice and here's hoping that everyone had a wonderful Christmas holiday!


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1) Is there are continuous cycle type option in the hdtv's setup menus?


2) I chose to stick with the original aspect ratio of a 27x40" poster, and fill the hdtv's pane side to side.
This will leave bars top and bottom of the hdtv's panel, as most slideshow programs center images.


The alternative is what I started doing, a poster resized to 1920 tall, and then cut image down to 1080 pixels in width.


I also occasionally oversize an image larger then 1080x1600 and use a cut and paste to a remove something undesirable in an image.


I do use GMP ( + an ancient viewing program for simple rotation of posters) but only in very simple terms. Most of what I do is simple
resizing and cut and paste then export. And after a hundred or so posters, you get a really god feel for what you can do, and your speed at converting,
gets much, much faster.


Auburn0008 does something like I do, except for a color panel, he adds a resized banner to the bottom of the 1080x1620 resolution he chose
to use. It's a similar approach to what I do, except his 1080x1620 pixel uses the other common poster aspect ratio of 27x41".


I didn't see a lot of potential for a huge amount of posters using the full hdtv panel, but it seems there is quite a bit that will work. I settled for volume,
and keeping a original aspect ratio so they do look like posters. Blu-Benny' post 211 in this thread shows off the use of a full panel in the elongated
aspect ratio, and a pretty good variety of posters......


http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread....9#post11668419
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Nitro28 is using my Google Drive poster collection in a similar banner addition, to fill out the full hdtv frame.


And while I think of it, if your hdtv doesn't offer you a continuous cycle media slideshow option, Auburn0008 uses an external media player for his twin displays. Might be an alternative option.


So lots of options to sort through, to choose a solution.


The last attached photo is of Blu-Benny's digital poster frame, between two posters. It really shows off the aspect ratio differences.
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On Friday we went to BB to get a few items. I first had a brand new 40 inch insignia for my poster frame. I put it back as I did not want to spend $180. So we go over to the iPads and they had the iPad minis miss labeled for $224. So we snagged that before they changed the price.

The whole day I was second guessing not getting that tv. So we ventured to a few BB but all out.

Saturday morning I start checking BB online and all out, oh well. Then decided to look for open box and a location by me had one. So off to BB before opening. After finding it in the back I picked it up and tested it in store. Two other customers wanted to know if I was taking it, I said yes. It was marked $161 but missing stand screws. So I asked a manager and said they would give it to me for $139, sweet! I'm not using the stand anyways.

So got wood today and did most of my build. So here it is. It's going to be hung with French cleats. So it can be lifted right off the wall. I still have to fill brad nail holes, corners, and paint. Total cost is $175. What do you think?





FANTASTIC IDEA and I've tried to mimic your plan. My question is..... What did you use for handles on the sides (behind the trim) so that when you take the TV off of the wall you don't mess up the trim? I've looked at drawer pulls in the box stores but haven't really found anything big enough to really grab ahold of and not worry about slipping.


Thanks! I know my theater is much improved having seen your post!


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FANTASTIC IDEA and I've tried to mimic your plan. My question is..... What did you use for handles on the sides (behind the trim) so that when you take the TV off of the wall you don't mess up the trim? I've looked at drawer pulls in the box stores but haven't really found anything big enough to really grab ahold of and not worry about slipping.


Thanks! I know my theater is much improved having seen your post!


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I just lift it off from the frame and part of the trim. It's very strong plus I glued and brad nailed the frame moulding with titebond 3. So I just lift straight off the wall to clear the french cleat.

When I do a dedicated closed room I will cut the drywall out to make it flush with the wall. Then it will look like a real frame. Then need so fans too.

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I just lift it off from the frame and part of the trim. It's very strong plus I glued and brad nailed the frame moulding with titebond 3. So I just lift straight off the wall to clear the french cleat.

When I do a dedicated closed room I will cut the drywall out to make it flush with the wall. Then it will look like a real frame. Then need so fans too.


Soooooooooo,


I finished cutting/painting the trim, laid it in place on the TV and proudly walked over to turn the lights out for one final mock-up before applying glue and brad nails. Nearly patting myself on the back I grabbed my remote and VIOLA!


The trim is covering the sensor for the remote!!!


So, my question is what did you do with yours? I don't see a hole in the trim which makes me wonder if you took the photo before running into this same issue or did you just nail it down and try to shoot the remote beam into the side of the trim?
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Soooooooooo,


I finished cutting/painting the trim, laid it in place on the TV and proudly walked over to turn the lights out for one final mock-up before applying glue and brad nails. Nearly patting myself on the back I grabbed my remote and VIOLA!


The trim is covering the sensor for the remote!!!


So, my question is what did you do with yours? I don't see a hole in the trim which makes me wonder if you took the photo before running into this same issue or did you just nail it down and try to shoot the remote beam into the side of the trim?
I'm able to direct the remote on the right side bottom between the frame and my wall. This allows me full control with bounce off effect.

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Wouldn't one of these work to move the sensor external to any framing?


http://www.ebay.ca/itm/IR-Infrared-R...0AAOSwNyFWdQCd
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Probably. Actually, my first thought was to look into something like that. I just wasn't sure if I had missed an 'insider' trick eliminating the need to.
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I'd be open to such a better solution.


That was a cheap fix, to avoid a hole in my frame. Even tying the hdtv into my existing ir repeater system would cost me more. Although I do like the idea of shutting off the poster light box once in the theater.
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Wow i need to get on this idea soon. I'm loving the way these look!!! Problem is, I have barely any craftsmanship skills
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I have to wonder about a simple stick built frame along the lines of what Auburn0008 did, on top of a Bluer101 cabinet,
and simply using a thin piece of metal for the text cut out. Then do a rattle spray can gloss black piano finish on it.
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That looks great! May I asking which website are you getting the poster artwork at?

Thanks
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https://www.cinematerial.com/ -paid for subscription based


www.impawards.com -free


And all the various search engines.


And occasionally I upload a low resolution poster I am after, to Google Images, to secure
high resolution image, to work with.






(Those twin digital poster light boxes are Auburn00008's and he uses 1080x1620 with a banner
beneath. I think he has something like 110 posters on a Google drive., in his build thread.)
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Digging the setup. I just recently started on a similar project. On thing I ran into with my Vizios is that the firmware on the TVs would only recognize a maximum of 217 posters, and in preparation I had accumulated quite a few more than that. Also wasn't too keen on the max display time built into the TVs. I ended up getting a couple Raspberry Pi units, and programming them to run full screen slideshows. This allowed me to have full access to all of my posters, and set the display time of the posters to what I wanted (2 minutes each).



Here's my display so far (not trying to be spammy).

Definitely NOT spammy..... I am open to improvements and experimentation.


A couple of Odroid-C1+ boards came home with me last night. I might just play around with one, for this purpose, although
the LG has enough flexibility in display times to suit my needs.
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Finally!!! A finished product. Thanks to everyone involved in coming up with the idea and those who offered me their two cents
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Tedd and Aareses like this.
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Finally!!! A finished product. Thanks to everyone involved in coming up with the idea and those who offered me their two cents
Nice work.

With the price of small tv's now it's a nice project. I get people laugh when they ask what's the tv for. When I show them I get that's cool.

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Best Buy has a 48" hdtv for $300 this week. Pretty incredible.


But what really amazes me, that 18 months into this, I can still add a couple of hundred plus posters a month, to the project.
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http://1sheetwizard.com/


Found another interesting source for posters. I really like the "Random" button.
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These digital posters look awesome! Thanks for the idea.... It's going on the requirements list......

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They look good on a 28" monitor but they look even better on a 40" or 43" hdtv. Something to be said for size.




Some from this month's haul...
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opeter just posted his project a few hours ago.

Just how awesome is this digital lightbox build, using Great Dane's software?
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