[Tig] Archival work flows

Tom Rovak trovak at comcast.net
Thu Dec 12 20:08:02 GMT 2013


At this point a good flat scan in 4K. Scannity or Spirit 4K. I would use Resolve for grading. 


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Subject: [Tig] Archival work flows 

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What work flows are people using for Film archiving? 
Spirit 4k with 2k plus? 
Bones? 

Which is best? 


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