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Re: re:Mixing it up



On Oct 1,  9:46am, Dean Humphus wrote:
> Subject: re:Mixing it up
>
> Jean-Clement Soret wrote:
>
> >I would like to know if some
> >of you have already experienced  "bi-pack", nothing to do with cross
processing
> >really, just another crazy technique to get crazy pictures with your
telecine.
>
>
> Isn't bi-packing used in film step printing process to create a hi-contrast
> hold back matte, or some similar effect, for blue screen work?   To do this
> on a telecine scanner is an interesting idea.  I've never considered it.
> How would get the bi-pack threaded on the machine in the first place?
>
> Dean Humphus
>

	Bi-packing is a technique that comes from optical film effects it gives
you an internegative made of two different prints, I am not sure threading two
prints together is something your telecine/scanner will enjoy!

	Jean-Clement