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Film Technology in Context; Origins of Film and Video; Film and Video: the differences; Film Versus Video-or Film with Video; Digital Film; Post Production Pathways; Film Versus Video Production; Traditional Sprocket Edit, Film Finish; Non-Linear Edit, Film Finish; Non-Linear Edit, Video Finish; Supervision; Lab Estimates; Insurance, Liability, Troubleshooting Tests; Film Stock; 35mm Film; 16mm Film; Types of Colour Film Stock; Black and White Film Stocks; Film Processing; Additive and Subtractive Colour; Colour Specification and Perception; The Photographic Emulsion; Film Emulsion Layers; Developing the Image; The Processing Sequence; Process Control Standards; Units of Density; Gamma; Contrast and Latitude; Graininess; Black and White Negative; Pushing and Flashing; Cross-Processing; Bleach Bypass (Negative); Alternative Styles of Print; Film Printing; The Film Printing Machine; Colour Correction in Printers; Film Grading Techniques; Film Grading for Answer Print; Lad Exposure and Grading Line-up; Film Cleaning; Clean-up Processes; Wet Gate Printing; Work Prints: Negative Reports; Work Prints; Selecting and Screening; Technical Problems at Rushes; Negative Matching; Keykodes; Negative Cutting; Preparing for Negative Cutting; Cutting to an EDL; Extracting Select Negative; Splices; A- and B- Rolls; Laboratory Processes; Duplication; Emulsion Geometry; Super 16: Special Considerations; Making the Blow-Up(1); Making the Blow Up(2); Super 35; Other Film Formats; Frameline Masking; Optical Effects Printers; Optical Effects; Rostrum Camera; Titles; Printing from Black and White; Mixing Black and White and Colour Footage; Archival and Stock Footage; Trailers; Sound Transfer, Edit, Mix, Sync; The Final Mix; The Optical Sound Negative and Print; Analogue Soundtrack Prints; Syncing Picture and Sound Negatives; Analogue Soundtrack Quality; Digital Soundtracks; Grading, Answer Print, Release Prints; The Answer Print; Release Prints; The Film Projector; Release Prints in Use; Film Storage and Preservation; Archival Restoration; Telecine Transfers; Telecine Machines (1); Telecine Machines (2); Which Format: Tape or Disk?; Film and Video Frame Rates; Video Transfers: Hybrid Frames; Matching Film and Video Frame Counts; Timecode; Logging Keykodes and Timecodes (1); Logging Keykodes and Timecodes (2); Synchronizing Rushes (1); Synchronizing Rushes (2); Film for Telecine Transfer; Grading on Telecine: Rushes Transfers; Grading on Telecine: Masters; Masking for TV; Digital Television and Widescreen; Digital Processes; Digital Resolution; Digital Origination; Scanning and Recording; Calibrating the Film Recorder; Digital Grading; Digital Effects for Film; Kine Transfers: Video to Film; Digital Cinema; Glossary and Index.
ï¿½Gain a complete understanding of film laboratory procedures ï¿½Describes how to use a laboratory's services to gain the best results for film ï¿½Broaden your knowledge through answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning film technology
Review of the previous edition: 'This is such a good, detailed and yet easily understood primer on the laboratory and post process, that most film-makers won't need to go any further. Well worth putting on the bookshelf.' Reader's review on Amazon.com