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#1 karmchawla

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Posted 18 April 2009 - 10:59 PM

Hi, sorry i had a little confusion and was wondering if one could help me. If i plan to shoot something on HD - i.e a low end HD - sony or a panasonic DVX with a HDV1080i resolution then can i directly go in for telecine after that or do i have to go in for the whole DI process???
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#2 David Mullen ASC

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Posted 18 April 2009 - 11:43 PM

Hi, sorry i had a little confusion and was wondering if one could help me. If i plan to shoot something on HD - i.e a low end HD - sony or a panasonic DVX with a HDV1080i resolution then can i directly go in for telecine after that or do i have to go in for the whole DI process???


"Telecine" means a film-to-video transfer. "D.I." means digital post for cinema release. What you seem to be describing is just traditional HD post. You're shooting in HDV but what do you want to end up with?
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