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#1 Soren Hiorth

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Posted 07 April 2010 - 11:15 PM

Hey everybody.

I shot a short last summer, which was intended for TV/DVD and smaller festivals. So going film-out, was never a question I asked myself when shooting the film.

I initially planned to make the movie look very grainy - like pushed 16mm. I was planning to add that in post, and we have done that. It's all good.

But now, we apparently got a grant, that will support us in getting a film-out. If i can add my grainy look in the analogue proces when printing the film, then I want to do that! But so far, I haven't been able to find anyone, with experience in this field??

I found out that Deluxe does two different processes called ACE and CCE, that they apply when processing the print. These processes should bump up contrast and increase grain. Does anyone here have experiences with these or other similar processes??

Another thing that also came to mind, is how I prepare my HD-file(now in QT proresHQ), for the print on a Cinevator?? A normal contact print, prints a negative w. a very flat curve onto a high contrast positive w a steep characteristic curve. Don't I want to simulate this, in the file I output to the Cinevator.

Well - I guess that's it. Hope some of you guys can help me out??

Thanks.

Soren
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