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#1 Bill DiPietra

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 11:11 PM

I've been on a large format kick lately and here I am watching Ben Hur, right now. And the thought occured...

...how were large format films like this edited before the days of digital? Were 35mm reduction work-prints made for editing and then conformed to the original 65mm negative? I've never seen editing tables that appeared large enough to fit a 65mm work print.

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#2 Simon Wyss

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 03:39 AM

Prints are on 70mm stock in any case, 65mm is for origination alone.
In the eastern bloc 70mm film was used for the shoot as well as for distribution.

Yes, reduction dailies, from 1991 on also from the C. O. S. H. A. R. P
http://www.in70mm.co...sharp/index.htm

You have wide film synchronizers and there were 70mm editing machines. Westrex with an eight-face prism, Steenbeck (pronunciation as with Schnee), KEM.
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