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#1 Patrick Cooper

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Posted 30 January 2007 - 01:50 AM

This question is in relation to both printing and telecine. I am wondering what the definition of 'grading' is? Additionally, what would be the main differences between a lightly graded print / telecine and a fully graded print or telecine? If one wanted to view 'rushes' of their footage in a cost saving manner and requested that the print or telecine NOT be graded, would they end up with a reasonable looking image or is grading considered almost essential to create a decent looking image?
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