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Telecine and the future????
- To: "telecine internet group" <telecine at alegria.com>
- Subject: Telecine and the future????
- From: verploeg at eznet.net
- Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 17:53:27 -0400
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<veenotph at earthlink.net> wrote:
>Nowadays I don't get FILM dailies, I get video dailies.
>Well for my purposes they are insufficient and misleading. I need to know
>what I am getting on the NEG, not what can be done in the transfer.
>Especially for a film finish.
A common complaint! That's why Kodak invented Telecine Exposure Calibration
(TEC) Film and the Gray Card Plus. With these tools the colorist can give
the cinematographer "transfer points" akin to printer lights from the
negative timer. That way, you have a pretty good idea if it's on the film
regardless of how the video dailies look.
Any gray card can be used as long as it's 18 percent reflectance, neutral and
evenly lighted to represent the way the film was exposure. There -- now it's
not such a commercial. ;-)
Don Ver Ploeg
Thanks to Cinesite for support in 1999
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