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#1 Daniel Rheaume

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 01:51 AM

Hello,

I've read about transfering film to digital, but only in broad and vague descriptions.
I know some people do it by projecting onto a screen while filming with a digital camera. This sounds amatuer to me.

In my personal case, I wouldn't be working with 35mm, rather I want to know how to transfer 8mm and super 8 formats. Basicall formats that have been available for home videos.

If possible. I would like to know the method hollywood uses - right down to what machines are popular.
I would also be appreciative to learn alternative methods that produce professional results, but that are less expensive to get started in (assuming hollywood's way is VERY expensive.)

Any and all help is greatly appreciated, especially hollywood war veterans ;)

Thanks in advance!
-Daniel Rheaume
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