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Scene/Scene grading systems.
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- From: Jerry Rodgers <Jerry.Rodgers at bfi.org.uk>
- Date: Mon, 18 Jan 1999 10:10:57 +0000 (GMT)
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"Subject: Grading systems"
My earliest recollection of a "computerised" grading
platform was, as M. Todd identifies, the "Autocolour Grade"
from Cintel. Ray Kirkham and myself developed it in 1967/68
using a "Micro16" with 2K of core store(Wowwww!).
However, it is academic in my view, as anybody who
contributes to the easing of the colorists plight is worth
accreditation. To this end I salute Mr J. Bond and wish him
a well earned break.
Have a great party!
thanks to Editel L.A. for support in 1999
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