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The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe
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The Future of Filmscanning, Paul Collard | Deluxe

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Innitial assesment and strategy, scanning options, high res and restoration, preservation and access...

Innitial assesment and strategy, scanning options, high res and restoration, preservation and access...

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  • 1. “THE FUTURE OF FILM SCANNING” Paul Collard Deluxe Copyright © of this presentation is the property of the author(s). FIAT/IFTA is granted permission to Get in copies of this work for purposes relevant to the above conference and future communication reproduce contact: paul.collard@bydeluxe.com by FIAT/IFTA without limitation, provided that the author(s), source and copyright notice are included in each copy. For other uses, including extended quotation, please contact the author(s). #FIATIFTADubai2013 Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 2. Initial Assessment & Strategy • Types of film to be scanned ? Originals, Intermediates, Prints? • Film Formats? 35mm/16mm/8mm/others? • Purpose of film scanning? High End Restoration? Preservation/Access? • Condition of the films ? Damaged/Shrunken? Chemical Decay? Dye Fading/Bad joins? • Will the films themselves be preserved in future? Answers to these questions inform the scanning strategy and the budget Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning” options. #FIATIFTADubai2013
  • 3. Scanning Options- high end restoration 6K/4K & 3K/2K scanning 16 bit oversampling Outputs 4K and 2K DPX 10bit Log files Can also output 16bit linear/log files Register pin frame by frame transport Gentle & safe film handling Infra red defect map available Non real time scanning (1-8fps) LED ‘cold’ illumination #FIATIFTADubai2013 Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 4. Scanning Options- high end restoration 4K & 2K scanning 16 bit image capture Outputs 4K and 2K DPX 10bit Log files Can also output 16bit linear/log files Continuous capstan driven transport Gentle & safe film handling Tolerant of shrunken, damaged film Real time scanning 2K, 15fps @ 4K Diffuse Kodak designed illumination Sound capture simultaneous with #FIATIFTADubai2013 picture Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 5. Scanning Options- Preservation & Access Real time 2K/HD scanning 16 bit image capture Outputs 2K DPX 10bit Log files or HD Can also output 16bit linear/log files Continuous capstan driven transport Gentle & safe film handling Diffuse Kodak designed illumination Sound capture simultaneous with picture Multiple workstations, metadata & #FIATIFTADubai2013 edit Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 6. Scanning Options- Proxy Access only Real time SD/HD scanning Sound capture simultaneous with picture Stable film handling Output to workstations, metadata & edit Useful for low cost image capture Website applications for clip selection Film requires a re-scan for preservation #FIATIFTADubai2013 Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 7. Future Developments Greater automation links to restoration via infra red dirt map BUT use with caution, beware of over restoration Extending dynamic range ACES, floating point bit depth Improved software to correct bad joins post scanning High efficiency workflows & QC methods to maintain scanning output #FIATIFTADubai2013 Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”
  • 8. “THE FUTURE OF FILM SCANNING” Paul Collard Deluxe Copyright © of this presentation is the property of the author(s). FIAT/IFTA is granted permission to Get in copies of this work for purposes relevant to the above conference and future communication reproduce contact: paul.collard@bydeluxe.com by FIAT/IFTA without limitation, provided that the author(s), source and copyright notice are included in each copy. For other uses, including extended quotation, please contact the author(s). Thank you #FIATIFTADubai2013 Paul Collard: “The Future of Film Scanning”

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