So I've recently been revisiting my Digital Movie Poster Display project (Part1, Part 2, Part 3). Some of the posters that I had originally put on there were not of the best quality, and my organization of them made it almost impossible to sort through them all to find the bad ones. So I decided to take time to re-download them all, and make sure that everything is up to par on the quality side.
IMPAwards allows you to sort through their poster archive based on year, so I patently took the time to go through every poster released in 2015, and download all of them... well all of them that were at least 1,500 pixels on the long side. Most of the posters I found were quite a bit larger than that, but 1,500 was my cut-off point to make sure that the picture quality remained relatively crisp. I then re-sized, and rotated them to fit my screens (covered in Part 2). Once I realized how long it took to do this whole process, I figured it might not be a bad idea to share these files with everyone else. There are 1,189 posters in this file, all resized to 1920x1080 pixels, and rotated to fit on a standard 16:9 television screen. I also kept the same naming convention that IMPA uses so that they would be easier to sort through in the future, the random function on the Raspberry Pi is sufficient enough to shuffle them.
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