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Re: 16 by 9 test film
On Tue, 2 Jun 1998 18:08:31 -0700 "Michael D. Most"
<mmost at encorevideo.com> writes:
>It's far more important to have the cameraman shoot a chart that matches
>ground glass he has been supplied for the 16:9 frame, and match to that,
>than to be mathematically "correct." Having said that, it's also
>and useful to let him know if his setup fits the current "standard,"
>it is. The test films suggested here can be used for that purpose.
I second that emotion...
NOTHING beats having a framing chart shot at the begining of a job.
Especially if they're transfering to a letterbox format. In my opinion
there is no "standard."
CB Gaines, coloriste
Monaco Video, San Francisco
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