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RE: Problem film flats
Of course JPB knows that only the Aaton Keylink,which he designed, offers
such a level of performance.If anyone is having trouble with the accuracy and
dependability of Keycode reads they are not using Keylink.Thank you JPB.
Sent: Monday, September 09, 1996 3:03 AM
To: Lee Lipner
Cc: telecine group
Subject: Re: Problem film flats
>Regarding perfs slipped in camera with resultant out-of-frame registration,
>it has frequently been practice in labs processing and setting up for
>telecine transfer to cut and splice the film, in the fogged area created
>by the cameraman's aperture check, to maintain proper framing . We, for
>instance, do that at Film Craft Lab in Detroit. Is there any potential
>problem in this practice for proper KeyCode operation ?
Not at all, that is the best method... provided your Keycode reader can
on-the-fly detect the Keycode dot position related to the image
(e.g. a pos.3 dot jumping to pos.1 after a splice could generate a
one frame error in edit lists if the KC reader is not designed
to perform instant auto-rephasing).
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