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I've been reading with interest the recent message traffic on the ADS-1, and
our use of them here at CBS-NY. We colorists here live in a strictly tape-to-ta
world, but I've shown the group's comments to Red Steiger, who hasn't gotten
around to retiring yet. He was amazed and amused to see his name on the
Net--he can be reached at 212-975-2749.
I've been asked by our Video Supervisor (& primary 8:8:8 colorist) to pass
along a problem encountered during long dissolves containing both primary &
secondary corrections: it appears that the primary corrections follow the
duration of the dissolve, but the secondary corrections start somewhere in
the middle of the dissolve and then catch up to the primary corrections by
A) Has anybody else encountered this? B) Has this been previously covered?
(I'm a recent subscriber to the group).
--Neal in NY
Subj: Re: over the top or omega?
Date: 95-03-17 02:09:07 EST
From: telecine at xyzoom.alegria.com
To: telecine at xyzoom.alegria.com