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Text display on TV problem [message #288237] Mon, 20 April 2015 05:56 Go to previous message
geraldcornish is currently offline  geraldcornish
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Hi all
I need to create a version of a booklet for display on flat screen tv
(not HD) and having trouble making text visible - it displays as
broken lumps mostly undecipherable.
I am exporting spreads from InDesign to VIDEO_TS folder as jpegs and
burning this to cd.
Is there another way I can get clear text on the tv screen?
This is a PAL system, could it be a tv screen resolution problem?
If so, can I get around it?
TIA
Ged

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