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#1 Richardson Leao

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 07:46 AM

Hi all,

I will be doing the scanning of a 1000ft of color and 800ft of bw 16mm film in which I'll need color correction of the bw part but not the color. I will have the short finalised in tape. I looked at the colorlab price list and basically, i was thinking in maybe, have the bw transfered in sd scene to scene correction and the color as 1 light.

are there any differences between

NTSC?One-lite overall color correction; 1:1 running time

and

NTSC Video Dailies?One-lite overall color correction

Many thanks!
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#2 A. Whitehouse

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Posted 25 September 2007 - 07:56 AM

Hi Richardson,
Can I ask why you would have your footage transferred in NTSC and not PAL if you are in Canberra? Otherwise Im not sure I understand your question. I haven't heard of Colourlab, are they based in ACT?
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Posted 25 September 2007 - 10:48 AM

hi,

I recently moved to sweden. I was going to transfer to ntsc because swedish prices are a joke (like 5 times australian prices), in fact, many things in sweden are a joke, but that's not the right place to discuss it. Canberra does not have a telecine place (apart from the film archive). Colorlab is in the US. Cheers.

Hi Richardson,
Can I ask why you would have your footage transferred in NTSC and not PAL if you are in Canberra? Otherwise Im not sure I understand your question. I haven't heard of Colourlab, are they based in ACT?


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