[tig] When did Capcoding appear?

Richardson, Ian ian.richardson
Sun Nov 16 22:41:48 GMT 2003


Hi All, We have the same annoying 'film virus' for our viewing 
displeasure DownUnder....
If the Latest Matrix movie I saw yesterday was a bit more entertaining I 
probably would
not have noticed the 'red dot attack'.

cheers,
Ian Richardson
AAV Digital Pictures
Sydney, Australia
Wallabies rule, for the Rugby World Cup

Richard Torpey wrote:

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>Apparently what we're seeing is another type of coding that is more
>intrusive than the original CAP coding
>There was a discussion recently on the CML where John Pytlak of Kodak
>explained a bit about Kodak's involvement in encoding films:
>http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/researchDevelopment/technologyFeatures/digit
>alWatermarking.shtml
>http://www.kodak.com/US/en/corp/researchDevelopment/productFeatures/cinema.s
>html
>
>I don't know who is putting this coding in but it certainly is eye catching
>at times - not what you want for "invisible water marking".
>
>Rich Torpey
>VP Engineering
>Rhinoceros/MultiVideo Group
>50 East 42 Street
>New York, NY 10017
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>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>Subject: [tig] When did Capcoding appear?
>
>I just saw "Elf" in Atlanta which also had this capcoding red dot annoyance.
>
>  It is the first I have seen it.  What is the news?  It was definitely not 
>a laser gun or camcorder but a random seeming group of small red round dots.
>
>  Yuck!
>
>
>Dave Pickett
>
>
>
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