I was given footage with which to create a Broll that is intended to be given to various stations across the U.S. for promotional materials. As I don't have much experience with what a 'universal HD' codex/setting would be, I would love some help (especially since the footage is not at all matching other Broadcast-ready HD clips I have been given by other companies). The footage, according to FCP, is DVCPRO HD 720p, 960X720, 29.97fps, with HD (960X720) pixel aspect. As all the HD footage I'm given for Broadcast usage is 1920X1080 h.264 square pixel, and as I've had issues with TV stations in the hinterlands wanting things in a variety of formats/compressions (such as photo JPG versus DVCPro as they work on Sony Vega systems), and since the HD compressor settings really don't shed too much light on this, I am wondering what would be the best all-around, go-to setting to use in Compressor for this footage. Many thanks!