[Tig] Daily Tk transfer to DVD
jeff.booth at sohoimages.com
Tue Jul 25 08:48:37 BST 2006
I have to say that a lot of DoPs in the UK prefer MiniDV as it gives
better images than DVD.
Our DVD recorders are of the domestic type. We tend to send DVDs to the
From: tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org [mailto:tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org]
On Behalf Of Dan
Sent: 25 July 2006 06:55
To: K. Kishino; tig at colorist.org
Subject: Re: [Tig] Daily Tk transfer to DVD
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Yes, I think in some places in Europe and US it's a common thing to
transfer on a DVD -/+R / -RAM for the DOP to be able to view his
material. I come from Romania/Eastern Europe and there the most used is
Now I'm in UAE and I use the same format here(-R) ,but my recorder can
handle all the dvd types.
--- "K. Kishino" <kishino at photron.co.jp> wrote:
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> When I visited LA post house some years ago, they told me they tranfer
> dailies to DVD for DoPs to view and check.
> Perhaps, the same way is used in other countries of the world. Yes?
> Do you use "home" DVD recorder? Or, do you use something more
> Would you please advise?
> In Japan, -R/-RW/-RAM formats seem primary ones, and it seems most PCs
> can playback DVDs, if recorded in these formats.
> What about in your countries? Are such formats as
> +R/+RW predominant, as
> well? Please let me know.
> Thank you.
> K. Kishino
> Photron Ltd. (Tokyo)
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