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#1 Adam Berra

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Posted 01 October 2006 - 05:19 PM

I am shooting a short film on 7217 with the Arri SR2 super 16. The director would like to go back to 16, and I was curious as to whether there are any techniques or tips that could be implemented to facilitate a better print.

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#2 Thanasis Diamantopoulos

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 06:27 PM

I am shooting a short film on 7217 with the Arri SR2 super 16. The director would like to go back to 16, and I was curious as to whether there are any techniques or tips that could be implemented to facilitate a better print.

Thanks,
ANB

HI
you mean tha tha some of the movie wil be super 16 and some std 16?
if all the project is going to be on std16 just change the groundglass. If you are planing to prind on 35mm
digitize on 2k and then prind.

HI
you mean tha tha some of the movie wil be super 16 and some std 16?
if all the project is going to be on std16 just change the groundglass. If you are planing to prind on 35mm
digitize on 2k and then prind.

sorry for the second replay
now if all the project is on super 16 just prind on super 16 with no sound and peter than the blow up artifacts
you can also digitize on 2k and crop the image (nightmare) ;) anthe prind on std 16 with sound.
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