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To stream a movie on Mininet it has to be a Quicktime H.264 Video. The Video is 1080p in size (1920×1080*25 FPS)  If media is to be played out on Mini-Net then it has to be compressed in this format.

** PLEASE NOTE! **

ALL MININET USAGE REQUESTS SHOULD BE SEND VIA A SUPPORT TICKET ** AT LEAST 48 HOURS BEFORE THE EVENT DATE ** WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:-

  1. START & END DATE OF YOUR EVENT
  2. ATTACH ANY CONTENT YOU WANT DISPLAYED (SEE FORMATS ABOVE) ALONG WITH THE FLOORS YOU WOULD LIKE IT DISPLAYED ON

TV Safe Colours

It's important to remember that you are designing for TV and NOT for the WEB. TV has some very strict guidelines to avoid problems with the display such as colour bleeding.

Have a look at the following website for more info :-

http://serlin.co.uk/colour/dtv_colour_chart.html

Dyslexia Requirements

There is a large number of both students and staff that have some form of dyslexia. We as an institution have a obligation to make all of our information systems as widely available as possible. So far most of the Mininet content that has been made is very hard for a dyslexia sufferer to read.

This Document is from JISC and is a good starting point.

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