Cinematic Aspirations

Tumer, Bob
April 2005
Video Systems;Apr2005, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p29
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the application of high definition video on digital filmmaking. The less expensive postproduction process for cinematic presentations includes offline editing, finishing with compressed high definition solution, finishing with high definition or higher resolution equipment and using some of the new solutions specially designed for digital intermediate work. The author has presented new technologies used in the postproduction process.


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