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16mm Film Cutting by John Burder

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Electronic Film Conforming

 

If a film has been shot on negative, the original negative can be recorded on videotape as soon as it has been processed. As it is projected the master can be reverse phased so a positive image is recorded on the videotape. It can also be colour corrected. If the film has been shot on 16mm colour reversal, the master can be recorded on tape in a similar manner without reversing the polarity. A 16mm cutting copy can then be printed or a videocassette with a burned-in time code (a time code which can be seen in the picture area) can be produced from the video transfer. The programme can then be edited by a Video Editor using off-line video equipment or by using the 16mm cutting copy. If it is cut on video there is ...

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