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#1 robby racer

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 10:51 AM

Hi everyone, awesome forums!!
I did my first telecine last night and on the way home I remembered that I didn't get a telecine log file. Problem number one, but easily fixable with a call to FotoKem. Problem two, we shot full ap 35mm and didn't do any matting so there's no place for a window burn of the keycodes or timecode. Am I royally screwed when I want to go back to film after the editorial? It's just camera tests so if I am screwed it's not the end of the world. Thanks for any help or advice :)
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#2 Dimitrios Koukas

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 11:23 AM

Hi everyone, awesome forums!!
I did my first telecine last night and on the way home I remembered that I didn't get a telecine log file. Problem number one, but easily fixable with a call to FotoKem. Problem two, we shot full ap 35mm and didn't do any matting so there's no place for a window burn of the keycodes or timecode. Am I royally screwed when I want to go back to film after the editorial? It's just camera tests so if I am screwed it's not the end of the world. Thanks for any help or advice :)


Did u do an ''one light'' telecine job?
I am guessing here that you just want to take the material for post poduction.
Do the editing, and after this cut the negative and edit it?
There is no problem that u have no space on the frame, u can just ask the technician to super-impose the keycode on your frame.
(if it isn't for television).
Dimitrios Koukas
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