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#1 James Millward

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Posted 09 February 2011 - 08:47 AM

Hi guys, I know someone who has some old (almost 30 years old!) VFX footage in 65mm

He has three reels, and would like to transfer them to Bluray/dvd for viewing.

Is there anyone that could do this? or recomend a company?

He is in Texas I believe.

Thanks guys
James
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#2 James Compton

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Posted 09 February 2011 - 09:25 AM

Hi guys, I know someone who has some old (almost 30 years old!) VFX footage in 65mm

He has three reels, and would like to transfer them to Bluray/dvd for viewing.

Is there anyone that could do this? or recomend a company?

He is in Texas I believe.

Thanks guys
James




FOTOKEM in Los Angeles can telecine the film for you :

http://www.fotokem.c...id=14&Itemid=81

CREST NATIONAL can also transfer the footage :

http://www.crestnati...rvices_post.php
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