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1:85?Kinoformat?

1:85? Movie format?



Frage von CamPhilipp:
Februar 2006

Hello s.alle Slashcam,

I would like to know if there are cams, or intentions, which can create one with "real right" cinema format. I think that is 1 / 85, I mean not 16 / 9!. Würde mich mal interest, which happens to be one of you knows?

LG

CamPhilipp



Antwort von Axel:

Hello Phillip!

16:9 is, as you correctly say, not 1:1,85, but about 1:1,78. Apart from conventional fuels such as 70 mm (1:2,2) in the American movies, there are basically only two standard formats: Cinemascope (1:2.35) and 1:1.85, which is called over there the simplicity widescreen. In this format, you squint to enlarge the picture in a spectacular way, but is rejected, however, almost half of the image information and the pathetic stamp at center of 10 to 20 feet width is increased. The procedure is nothing but a very rotten compromise that is reached by a simple letterbox mask and the quality Cinemascope (Picture is fully utilized) and is obviously inferior to the 70mm format. European Filmmakers prefer the better resolution 1:1,66. 16:9 is roughly midway between the two formats dar. All formats can be recorded of that first one and the same camera with the same film in a higher Resolutionals on output, since several millimeters, which are removed at the cinema copy of the soundtrack be used for the Picture (Super 35mm). The logo of the Panavision
(im Abspannende der meisten Kinofilme) zeigt alle Formats ineinander geschachtelt. So kann man, wenn es sein muß, noch während des Schnitts entscheiden, dass ein anderes Format dem Sujet eher dient and entsprechend maskieren, bzw. anamorphotisch kopieren. Da die Brennweiten of Kinoprojektoren i.d.R. in 5mm-Schritten standardisiert sind, kommt es in 99% aller Kinosäle zu einem erheblichen crop, the next in the direction of the Picture 16:9 shapes (projected picture is larger than the canvas, and must, therefore, in addition to the image mask, again of a black, adjustable canvas will be framed Kasch), again evident at the expense of sharpness. The title-safe and the area that you can leave you in the editing program for your television show, so it has a sad counterpart in the movie. At a 16:9 DVD, you are in letterbox viewing on a 4:3 TV (= 1:1,33, the "standard format" of the cinema before 1950) more than in the Picture Movies! If you still want your 16:9 So abkaschen something to show it than a beamer (16:9 TV so probably makes) no sense, go ahead.
General stories seem to prefer smaller aspect ratios, while the wide format more correctly what are gladiator or martial arts, without this evaluation.



Antwort von CamPhilipp:

thank you, that you could explain it to me in such detail, have now no more questions about this.

All clear ...
thanks

LG

CamPhilipp








Antwort von PowerMac:

Not quite true.
1:2,35 (before 1970 as Cinemascope), it no longer exists. If there is a one-day 1:2,39 'called Scope.



Antwort von Axel:

"PowerMac" wrote:
Not quite true.
1:2,35 (before 1970 as Cinemascope), it no longer exists. If there is a one-day 1:2,39 'called Scope.


My source is the practice. At the launch of new bands Films, which are inscribed in the copy works partly by hand, is often "Cinemascope", "CS" or "2.35". See synonymous



Antwort von CamPhilipp:

Cool, but before it's come to me as though in the movies, where I always go there
The CinemaScope is used because it is again wider than 16 / 9.

again thanks for the info,

LG

CamPhilipp



Antwort von PowerMac:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspect_ratio_ (image)
http://hsvmovies.com/static_subpages/formats/shooting_formats.html

What you say is true, although gross, but is wrong. That has always rumgetragen all over the Internet next false.



Antwort von Axel:

"CamPhilipp" wrote:
Cool, but before it's come to me as though in the movies, where I always go there
The CinemaScope is used because it is again wider than 16 / 9.


This depends of from the format in which the film is released, for example:
"Munich": CS (or, yes, Patrick, "Scope"), unusual for Spielberg, who was even in typical blockbuster vehicles (Jurassic Park, Of The Worlds) prefer widescreen used.
Similarly, CS: Memoirs of a Geisha, Get rich or die tryin ', King Kong ...

Heaven and Chicken, The Dark and Saw II, are opposed to 1:1.85.

Because the trailers are shown before the film mostly in widescreen, you can when you switch on the main movie clearly visible when the format will be narrower or wider.

"Summer in Berlin" is probably in 1:1,66. Could it be the way that this film again as "Halbe Treppe" was rotated on video?



Antwort von jens:

"Axel" wrote:

"Summer in Berlin" is probably in 1:1,66. Could it be the way that this film again as "Halbe Treppe" was rotated on video?


Nope, this time, the good Lord Dresen filmed on 16mm, and ... well, the film is once again a small feat ...

Greetings,
Jens




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