[Tig] Title/action safe

Marcin Zwolski marcin.zwolski at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 07:27:11 GMT 2016


Hello there,

This might help (at least as TV production in Europe is concerned)

EBU Safe Areas for 16:9 Television Production

WWW: https://tech.ebu.ch/publications/r095

PDF: https://tech.ebu.ch/docs/r/r095.pdf

Kind regards,
Marcin Zwolski


Dnia 21.03.2016 o godz. 02:06 Warren.L.... via Tig <tig at colorist.org> napisał(a):

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>> Hi all,
>> Does anybody know a good place to get hold of safe area templates,
>> especially for film (as opposed to TV, although that would help too). I
>> know most software out there has some sort of inbuilt safe area but I don't
>> know how much I trust them. I just want to know if there is a standard and
>> where I could get hold of a tif/psd of either one for all ratios or
>> separate ones. Failing that is there a particular formula for deciding on
>> title and action safe areas? It seems as though from what I can find action
>> safe is 90% of image area and title safe is 90% of action safe.
>> Thanks
>> Andrew
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