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#1 Paul Bartok

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Posted 26 August 2012 - 08:31 AM

Can someone explain what all the burn-ins mean on the pictures below,

They change on every film and lab.
I assume the EN is for Kodak Keycode and the numbers following but what are the numbers above, and DR and VR.
And the on the left I guess it's like a running timecode but of what the telecine machine or...

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And then the older films don't even have any of that, they just have timecode and I think frame counters but not to sure.

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apologies for the lengthy post.
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#2 Robert Houllahan

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 09:23 AM

Can someone explain what all the burn-ins mean on the pictures below,

They change on every film and lab.
I assume the EN is for Kodak Keycode and the numbers following but what are the numbers above, and DR and VR.
And the on the left I guess it's like a running timecode but of what the telecine machine or...




There is timecode, audio timecode and video, there is keycode #s, there is foot+frame numbers, Roll Name and what is probably the # for the lab flat or roll in the total job.

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