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#1 Robert Driskell Jr

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Posted 01 October 2005 - 01:46 AM

Does anyone have any tips on what to watch for in timing HD footage that will be projected in the cinema.
I have experience in timing 35 footage for commercials but don't know if the same rules apply. Are there certain leves of exposure that need to be watched for? Will what I see on the reference momitor in the lab control room be a good representation of what will be projected in 35mm? Rockett8
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#2 Dimitrios Koukas

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Posted 01 October 2005 - 04:10 AM

Does anyone have any tips on what to watch for in timing HD footage that will be projected in the cinema.
I have experience in timing 35 footage for commercials but don't know if the same rules apply. Are there certain leves of exposure that need to be watched for? Will what I see on the reference momitor in the lab control room be a good representation of what will be projected in 35mm? Rockett8


I guess you are going for a scan?
What positive stock are u going to use?
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