The Film/Tape Interface

Collard, Paul
May 1988
Image Technology;May1988, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p149
Trade Publication
The article provides information about the film/tape interface. There is increasing interchangeability between film and electronic images across the main phases of the production process which include shooting, editing and distribution to utilize fully the strengths of each system. The film/tape interface is where the transition between film images and electronic images occur and two main areas of activity exist, the film to tape transfer and tape to film transfer.


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