Film Into Video: A Guide to Merging the Technologies

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Focal Press, 2000 - Performing Arts - 390 pages
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Film Into Video, Second Edition offers comprehensive, practical information on the complex process of converting motion picture film into video. All of the tools of the trade are explained in clear, simple language, as are the operational, business, and creative sides of film to video transfer. This easy-to use guide provides the reader with the necessary foundation to approach any technological advances in this fast-paced field.

Additions to the second edition include: information on the Philips Spirit Data Cine and the new Sony FVS-1000; a new section on the latest in flying spot telecines, including Cintel's C-Reality and Ursa Electrum; an examination of recent changes in color correction computers with da Vinci's 2K and Pandora's Mega-Def systems, and in respect to Philips Spirit DataCine and Cintel's C-Reality, a discussion relating to the area of data transfer and how this has changed the telecine industry.

New information on the Philips Spirit Data Cine and the new Sony FVS-1000
A new section on the latest in flying spot telecines, including Cintel's C-Reality and Ursa Electrum
Covers recent changes in color correction computers with da Vinci's 2K and Pandora's Mega-Def systems

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About the author (2000)

Stuart Blake Jones has over twenty years of experience as a senior telecine colorist. He is a consultant and instructor in the US and Europe and demonstrates color correction equipment at trade shows. He is also an expert on telecine and is the author of Film into Video, second edition, also published by Focal Press.

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