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Re: [ProgSoc] Film and PCs (was: physical to electronic)
Raz writes :
> Rest assured, if you saw VHS grade material (or even full PAL) in a
> cinema for which you'd purchased a ticket, you'd care rather a lot.
I enjoyed the Castle so much, I purchased two tickets.
On a cultural note, I recall it being touted at the time as likely
to encourage more of that style (of production) of movie being made.
I haven't noticed any great trend, though.
On a technical note - someone mentioned that at 4000x2000*? came out
to something like a CD's worth of data per second of film - which
implied it was infeasible to work with it (in the context of non-linear
editing), but now it's being stated that film actually *is* manipulated
digitally. Does this mean they work on only a few seconds of film at
a time, and/or just how big are the machines that they do this kind of
thing on? (Terminator II, Jurassic Park style films, I mean.) I'd
always assumed that kind of work would be intense, tedious,
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