Lobban, Grant
March 1987
Image Technology;Mar1987, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p118
Trade Publication
The article discusses the correct framing of non-anamorphic wide screen films. Framing is the control which provides the vertical adjustment required to fit the boundaries of the frame on the film to the projector' aperture. It is emphasized that the correct framing ensures by imposing a given aspect ratio by masking down the image on the print.


Related Articles

  • Showing slides correctly. I. D. // BKSTS Journal;Mar1979, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p86 

    The article provides information on the ways on showing slides and filmstrips correctly. According to the British Standard 1917, the title strip should consist of a light colored strip of at least three millimeter wide along the upper margin of the slide so that image is in the correct position...

  • STATES OF THE ART.  // Image Technology;Mar1995, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p75 

    The article offers news briefs related to the developments in cinematography in Great Britain. The Independent Television Commission developed a new technique to improve television picture quality affected by ghosting. A contract to supply a device for the remote control of a large number of VHS...

  • Controlling Exposure. Cassidy, Kyle // Videomaker;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p52 

    The article discusses how to control exposure or the amount of light which is responsible for the level of brightness of a video shot. Exposure could be controlled by manipulating the shutter speed. A fast shutter speed will result to a jittery output if the ideograph is shooting a rapid action....

  • Image Quality From A Non-Engineering Viewpoint. Mathias, Harry // Image Technology;Sep1986, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p444 

    The article focuses on the concept of video imaging technology from a non-engineering point of view. In the minds of the production industry functionality, flexibility and usefulness are usually traded for considerations of the image quality. High definition video system consists of six design...

  • Wildcat creates flying HD system.  // Televisual;Jan2005, p45 

    The article reports that media technology company Wildcat Flying has teamed with helicopter operator Castle Air to create a stabilized camera system capable of delivering uncompressed 4:4:4 HD images. The images are suitable for immediate use in post-production.

  • Image Quality Transfer through Film and Television. Staes, K.; Hayen, L. // BKSTS Journal;Dec1979, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p536 

    The article discusses image quality transfer in different systems used in motion picture and television. The relationship of image quality to the structure of the reproduction system as well as the basic properties of the system elements are analyzed. These properties include granularity...

  • Picture quality: whose problem is it? Doig, Kevin // IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;Apr2000, Issue 306, p18 

    Focuses on the technical issues affecting television picture quality. Viewing techniques to measure people's perception of quality; Devices that measure the impairment of images; Use of feature extraction as basis of generating a measure of image criticality.

  • IBC 1988: The Exhibition.  // Image Technology;Nov1988, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p404 

    The article highlights the IBC 88 exhibition in Brighton, England. The dominant theme of the show was improved definition. More than 20,000 visitors and delegates attended the event. A 625 line progressive scan camera with a 16 x 9 aspect ratio was demonstrated by Thomson. The British...

  • HDTV Aspect Ratio.  // Image Technology;Mar1995, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p70 

    The article focuses on the intensive development of the new American Advanced Television system which is based on a 16 x 9 widescreen aspect ratio. It discusses on the aspect ratio which refers to the width of a displayed image seen by audiences, and stresses that an aspect ratio can be designed...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics