film scanning

film scanning

[′film ‚skan·iŋ]
(electronics)
The process of converting motion picture film into corresponding electric signals that can be transmitted by a television system.
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Options such as Digital ICE, (used to detect scratches and dust during transparent film scanning,) are OK some but not all - the time.
This is the second difference between traditional film scanning and 4K negative scanning.
Video & audio transfer & editing, & film scanning services.
Lot 3: Supply of 1x camera-based Reproduktionsset (camera technology tripod / Repro table, film scanning tool, accessories) for the accompanying documentation of cultural artifacts with special reference to the digitization of translucent media such as slides or film material.
Astral Images provides an advanced film scanning and digital defect removal solution.
They specialize in photo, 35mm slide, negative film scanning and photo restoration.
A new strategy in archival film scanning, and new digital transmission devices have been already introduced, which in turn has helped improve the quality programmes.
Reinforcing its commitment the document, photo, film scanning and surveillance markets, Plustek will display 3 new scanners and 2 new Network Video Recorders (NVR).
The maximum film scanning color resolution is 9,600 x 9,600 dpi, but that can be boosted to 19,200 x 19,200 dpi with software-enhanced scans.
Abis Studio, with more than 15 years in operation, is Romania's most complete post-production facility, offering services, including vfx, 3D animation, Telecine, film scanning, grading and Digital Intermediate.
Image Systems is a major player in motion analysis and film scanning in the archive, restoration, defence and automotive industries.
The CanoScan 9000F comes with software such as Adobe PhotoShop Elements, ArcSoft PhotoStudio and the advanced SilverFast SE package, which provides photographers with greater control for film scanning.