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Re: Pix monitors on a film set N




To: "telecine group" <telecine at xyzoom.alegria.com>

RN>On Jun 7, 11:39, Scott Dorsey wrote:
RN>Subject: Pix monitors on a film set

RN>> Tell the client to shoot the set with a camera that employs a variable
RN>> angle shutter, so the camera operator can match the size of the bar so
RN>> that it is invisible.


RN>Scott, I take it by this instruction that the "bar" is *always*
RN>visible through the lens of the camera, if it will be recorded on the
RN>film.

You betcha.  If you can see it in the camera eyepiece, it's gonna be on
the film.

Not necessarily so if you can see it in the video tap, since most on set
video on film shoots is not genlocked to anything.

--Bob

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