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Digital Film In Printer


The digital intermediate implies that "the film footage" has been acquired through a variety of optical processes, either through digital cameras, or analogue cameras. The purpose of digital intermediate is to convert analogue film into digital files combining them with native digital data to ultimately create a motion picture/film output. Our "printer" consists of a modified professional quality Oxbery Optical printer and a high-def CCD digital capture device. This is a precise computer-controlled; frame-by-frame, stepped transfer process with a user-friendly graphic interface.

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Film Studies Program, ATLAS room 329, Film Studies, , Campus Box 316, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado 80309-0316. ph 303.492.7574 fx 303.492.1362