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#1 siddharth diwan

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 02:33 PM

I have some serious confusion with the format...Please clear out..Help!

Ok i read about film perforation and how it works on the intermittent mechanism with the pull down claw and the pressure plate and film gate....but what about video there are no sprockets there so how does that work and hows the image captured on the tape.

Also the illusion of motion created by film by capturing continuous still frame but how does it work on video?

Thanks a lot
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#2 Marek Stricek

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 03:46 PM

I have some serious confusion with the format...Please clear out..Help!

Ok i read about film perforation and how it works on the intermittent mechanism with the pull down claw and the pressure plate and film gate....but what about video there are no sprockets there so how does that work and hows the image captured on the tape.

Also the illusion of motion created by film by capturing continuous still frame but how does it work on video?

Thanks a lot


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