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Hello, new to this so please le me know what I'm doing wrong.

I have a 15min 3840 x 600 60fps video that needs to loop on a LG 86BH5C display. 

From what I understand the H264 video has to have:

a bitrate under 20Mbps
an encoded level under 4.0
file size under 30gb

With Media Encoder, this isn't possible. Anything under an encoded level of 5.0 won't even render something in this resolution. 

I'm sure the answer is staring at me in the face but for the life of me I can't figure it out.

Any help would be great!

thanks,

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