I've got mal ne question, and although they directed s.diejenigen who have done that before a transfer of video to film or know more than me ...;)
What did you do to experience how the results are And. ...
... on what is to respect it?
One problem will be probably the interlaced method of how to adjust his s.besten Camera? I guess a setting of early s.and a test print before the start of production make sense?
And anyone knows a good lab, where you can leave it to the whole?
And how are they ever the Prices (roughly)?
Questions, questions, and I thank you for your answers ...
Nice greetings from Switzerland - Tobias
Antwort von derTHOMMESisses:
If you know exactly what you want to shoot you, it may be cheaper to shoot directly onto film.
Of imaging of the film provide some labs - unfortunately I only know of none in Switzerland. Good addresses are: ARRI Munich (high end), Wagner-Taunus-abc-film or film laboratory in Wiesbaden (very courteous, nice people, where it is synonymous not too stupid to explain something ...) or synonymous Gürtler .
The path from video to film is done on a digital workstation, where the video material is compensated for erstmal scene scene (color, brightness, contrast, gamma, etc.) is then the so-processed material via a laser film recorder on professionally developed negative film.
Thereafter, the copying works madness, but actually starts at the first place: developing the negative, then zero-copy (the first positive light on the determination), then first Lichtbestimmtes positive, then it internegative (for bulk copies for all the cinemas in Switzerland and Hollywood ...), which yet to hire a backup, because the whole effort is simply too high and too expensive, to make it again too.
The path is the same for both 16mm and 35mm. Compare Prices of times - sooooo much more expensive is not 35mm.
According to one possibility, of course, is filming the video in 25p. Film is so synonymous ultimately progressive. In this way, and you certainly get your way, then 1:1 video frame on the film. If you 50i films, the material must first be deinterlaced. which then has the usual disadvantages known about the Bewegungsunscharfen and artifacts (depending on the deinterlacer more or less, depends on the technique used: Weaving adaptive or BOB)
hope this helps.
Antwort von Witti:
The following companies are there in Switzerland (of course it can further be synonymous). - ONLINE VIDEO, Zurich (specializing in the Fazen of commercials)
- SWISS EFFECTS (specializing in the Fazen of film productions)
- EGLI FILM & VIDEO AG (transmit sound on the DAT master film negative and make copies of films ago)
Not just web addresses I have, but Google will help determine. SWISS EFFECTS should be quite good to have with these companies do nothing but
Antwort von digitalsven:
Hello Tobias, I work for the Fa.Digital Direct Cinefilmtransfer. We have developed a new method of imaging with the digital, we can film your data directly onto 35mm positive film, ie without any intermediate steps / no Negativfilmmaterial. Especially for students and young film makers, we are very interesting, because we can work through the elimination of the negative and the intermediate course, extremely favorable.
In our procedure, we recommend to our clients, if possible with the camera can record full-screen images to (24p or 25p). Regarding your questions, such as your picture might look like in the movies testing, we can offer at present a special "direct-positive image in the testing procedures.
I hope you could help:)
Antwort von AndyZZ:
@ digital sven Really is a lot of information your site but not here yet. Too bad ...
Antwort von digitalsven:
Hi Andy! have yet to develop the site here! We have been restarted. If you have questions or would like to have materials mailed, you simply register with me. On www.film-tv-video.de there is a report about us.
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