Normally I wouldn't do this and definitely not on AMIA list (where I am
a member) but since ARSC is about audio I feel this would not actually
be a self advert this time.
You would probably do the film and yourself good if you get it
transfered at a high resolution with a low resolution proxy file. I have
a film scanner that does 3.3k from 8mm to 35mm (and anything in
between). Since it uses an imaging device and not a video camera it give
outstanding pictures without video artifacts. If you want to see what
16mm can look like email me off list and I'll send you a link to a file
(not uploaded to you tube yet). There is a lot of information to be
scanned from 16mm, much more than HD can handle. I get films sent in
from different parts of the world so it shouldn't be a problem.
For more information contact me off list.
בתאריך 02/04/13 12:39 AM, ציטוט John Haley:
> Dear All:
> I have lots of experience with audio but less with video. I am soon to
> have in my possession a 16 mm reel of film of an important musical
> performance (audio and video). I am wondering what is the best way to
> transfer this to DVD, both audio and video. Ordinarily, for something not
> so special, I would just show the film with a projector against a wall and
> reshoot it with a video camera. But I am sure there are much better ways
> of doing this, to get the optimal picture quality. And for the audio on
> the film, I am assuming that getting the audio feed from the film projector
> would be the best bet. Movie folks have to deal with this issue every day
> to transfer films to DVD. Does anybody know what they do and what kind of
> equipment they use? I'm sure it goes onto a computer for working it over,
> but how do they digitize the picture?
> John Haley
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