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16mm Film Cutting by John Burder

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Recording Film on Video

 

Many 16mm films are destined to be shown on video. If you have to prepare video copies of a film you have cut, how should you go about it? If you have finished cutting and the master film has been matched to your edited cutting copy, you can ask the laboratory to print the master on a low-contrast telecine stock. That print and your master magnetic final mix recording can then be laced up on a telecine projector and recorded on videotape. If you only want one cassette copy, the image from the telecine machine can be recorded directly on to it. If you are likely to require a number of copies it is best to make a video master on broadcast quality tape. That tape can then be used for making subsequent video copies, which ...

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