All files uploaded to Peach immediately run through Peach’s Auto QC process. To ensure files are not rejected please adhere to the guidelines below.
Peach recommends that files are exported at the maximum bitrate that your platform will allow to ensure the best possible quality downstream of Peach.
24:9 / 8:3
|Orientation||Landscape||Portrait||Wide||Super wide||Super wide|
|Profile (Minimum)||L4.1 @MainProfile||L5 @MainProfile||L4.1 @MainProfile|
|Frame Size||1920 x1080||1080 x1920||3840 x 1440||3840 x1080||1920 x 360|
|Aspect Ratio||16:9||9:16||24:9 / 8:3||32:9||48:9|
|Frame rate||25 fps|
|Bitrate Min/ Max||10/30 Mbps||15/95 Mbps||10/100 Mbps||10/70 Mbps|
|Channels||1 stereo stream|
|Sample Rate||48 kHz|
|Bit Rate||128/320 kbps|
|Bit Depth||16 bits|
**Note: Peach XDCAM HDTV specification files are also suitable for DOOH 16:9 Landscape use
Files must be exact duration; TVC content only. No pre-roll or post-roll such as clock/clapper, bars, black, hold, freeze or audio tone is required.
Levels must be in accordance with ITU BT.709 for HD content, and EBU R103-2000 recommendations:
Luma = Level 16-235 (not RGB 0-255 level), equivalent to 0% - 100% or 0mV - 700mV.
Chroma = Level 16-240, equivalent to maximum 100% RGB.
All content should be progressive throughout and must be free of encoding artefacts, dropout, glitches, blocking, interlace issues or excessive aliasing and considered high quality throughout.
Unless stated otherwise, the Audio True Peak level must not exceed -2dBTP.
It should be free of any distortion, glitches or excessive sibilance and must be in phase and in sync with the video throughout.
An audio track or stream must be present in the uploaded file, but it can be mute.
Some DOOH outlets have specific needs, e.g. audio being required for some display screens.
Please ask us for a ‘cheat sheet’ for your outlet, showing this information in an at-a-glance chart.