You Can Never Have Too Many Lines

St. Croix, Stephen
September 2002
Mix;Sep2002, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p20
Focuses on the use of digital imaging in sound and video recording. Enhancement of film-resolution; Improvements in editing and modifying videos; Elimination of problems related to blooming convergence, lousy edge focus and magnetically induced color shifts.


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