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In a message dated 98-05-04 19:18:46 EDT, you write:

<< The picture will jump and deform a little before going back to normal.
Something you cannot see at normal speed: only when 
 you look at the tape frame by frame. >>

Actually, I have seen a lot of this particular problem printed in to several
of the IP's I have worked with in the last year or so. Sometimes the jumps are
severe enough to see in real time, and I have had some moderate success
minimizing them by doing a couple of single frame repositions with a slight
stretch to compensate for the warping. I have wondered however why this
happens so often. Are the printers becoming less tolerant of neg splices, or
are the neg cutters getting sloppy? Big can of worms here, perhaps.
David Bernstein

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