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Re: Y2K, HDTV and Telecine
- To: telecine user group <telecine at alegria.com>
- Subject: Re: Y2K, HDTV and Telecine
- From: Ron Martin <ron at dvcc.com>
- Date: Wed, 17 Dec 1997 08:58:01 -0800
- Organization: Universal Studios
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>I was told that the "MPV" is an uncompressed video/data recorder >capable of working within the 1080I video realm.
You're probably right about that, although I could-a sworn I heard
otherwise, Oh well! Now Bill Hogan can say again......
And NO, I don't consider Interlacing as a form of compression! If
anything, it simply conserves analog bandwidth and adds all that lovely
motion artifact and vertical aliasing. No matter what happens in DTV
with formats the day I really look forward to the day when, with plasma
display, micro mirror projection, or simple old non-interlace CRT's, we
do away with interlace and our great 'ol friend 3:2!!!
thanks to Tarcis Verfaillie for support of the TIG in 1998
TIG subscriber count is 909 on Wed Dec 17 08:57:56 PST 1997
complete information on the TIG website http://www.alegria.com/tig3/