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RE: [AV Media Matters] Video to film for preservation-anotherperspective.
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- Subject: RE: [AV Media Matters] Video to film for preservation-anotherperspective.
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- Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 11:01:28 -0700
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Eddy Zwaneveld wrote:
>Using Teledyne Electron Beam Recorder equipment, major Hollywood motion
>picture laboratories, such as Consolidated Film Industries and the National
>Film Board of Canada in Montreal, have transferred countless hours of
>Quad and 1-inch type C video to 35mm and 16mm film since the 1970's with
>results good enough to make the higher cost worth it.
Isn't the Teledyne a triniscope device, with three monochrome monitors
(filtered to R/G/B) with their images combined with mirrors and beam
splitters? Or did they also make an EBR?
Jeff "RCA's first color TV sets were huge Triniscopes" Kreines