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mysecretstudio says

Hi guys. Just a quick question. I wondered what peoples usage was regarding stock video footage. Would people rather have 1080p or are they just happy with 720p? The reason I ask is alot of my files are 720p and I wondered whether it really was worth redoing them at the higher resolution?

Any thoughts on this?

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rendertom says

If you have option or time to make it 1080 then go for it. The more options – the better. I do some AE and C4D projects and always aim to 1080, unless render times are very long I go for 720. However, after some time I usually redo it for 1080.

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