On 02/04/2013, Randy A. Riddle wrote:
> I'll just back up what everyone else is saying - you don't want to
> transfer it by playing it through a projector.
> Film transfers are done in a couple of ways. An older method uses a
> special projector with five blades to account for the differences
> between the frame rates of film and NTSC video used on dvds. More
> recent methods that give you higher resolution scan the film directly
> to digital and preserve the frame rate, so it could be used in its
> original form for high definition streaming or blu-ray.
> If you try to transfer it with a projector, you'll get loss of image
> quality and probably some strobing, since the speed of the projector
> isn't matched to your video camera.
Also there would be keystone distortion and probably uneven lighting.
It is the equivalent of transferring a cassette by playing it on a
ghetto blaster and recording the sound from the ghetto blaster with a
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