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The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group
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The Future of Filmscanning, Sal Prasad | Prasad Group

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  • 1. “The Future of Film Scanning” Sai Prasad Prasad Group Get in contact: sai@prasadgroup.org Copyright © of this presentation is the property of the author(s). FIAT/IFTA is granted permission to reproduce copies of this work for purposes relevant to the above conference and future communication 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 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 2. TM • For Archive Applications #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 3. TM Introducing 7 Key Innovations #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 4. Innovation 1 TDI Sensor • • • • • #FIATIFTADubai2013 TDI – Time Delay and Integration - Advantages – High sensitivity – High speed – High flexibility Scanning Speeds (35mm 4perf) – 15 fps in 4K resolution – 25 fps in 2K resolution About 50 Times More Sensitive – Compared to single line CCD sensor – Lens with small aperture resulting in large focal depth – Easy to set focus – tolerant to film bending Low Power Light Source – LEDs with long life Focus Adjustment While Film Is In Stop Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 5. Innovation 2 LED Illumination • • • • • • • #FIATIFTADubai2013 Low maintenance, low operational cost Flashed with line scanning frequency Pulse-width-modulation for light level control Optical color matching Various film stocks are illuminated with different spectral wavelengths (R1, R2, G, B) Cool, durable, (Nitrate film friendly) Diffused in an Integration Sphere for reduced visibility of dust and scratches Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 6. Roller Gate Innovation 3 Roller Gate • Precision Roller Gate – Film is running on the roller for ~ 8 frames ensuring best intra-frame steadiness – Best for legacy films – Safe – gentle – clean – quiet – Rollers are the only parts touching the film • Interchangeable 35 and 16mm lens gate assemblies (LGA) • Maximum aperture 25.80 mm / 1.016 inch – Perforation edges visible on both sides • Continuous transport via capstan #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 7. Roller Gate 35 mm Lens Gate Assembly (16 mm optional) 2 Gate Rollers, just the edges of the film touching the free-wheeling gate rollers Capstan No pins No sprockets No skid plate No edges No friction No abrasion No harsh audible noise Page 7 #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 8. Innovation 4 Optical Perforation Detection Optical Perforation Detection • • • • • • • #FIATIFTADubai2013 IR illuminated perforation holes Perforations are sensed by a dedicated line camera Widely independent from film shrinkage Proven algorithms to provide correction vectors Touch-free Pin Registration – Image repositioning with a precision of 1/64 of a 4K pixel (~ 0,1 micron) in the spatial processor For both 16mm and 35mm film System redundancies ensure tolerance to damaged or broken perforations Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 9. Innovation 5 Dedicated Processing Dedicated Processing • • • • • • • • #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sub pixel steadiness processing LUTs, (log, de-log, lin, 1/x) all in 16 bit Image scaling, cropping, reformatting Frame buffer Proxy generation for cache supported navigation Scanner calibration Camera link interface to TDI cameras PCI-express interface to work station Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 10. Dedicated Processing Innovation 6 – Coming Soon In-built HDR • DFT has invented a technique* that has been developed to increase, by over 3 stops, dynamic range of a filmscan without affecting either the resolution of the scan or the speed of scanning *Patent Applied #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 11. Dedicated Processing Innovation 7 – Coming Soon Wet Gate System • DFT is introducing a wet gate system in-built in the scanner • The system uses an environment friendly process #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 12. Prasad Group Overview Digitization, Restoration, Color Grading, Complete Post • India’s largest integrated post production house • 6 Decades in Global Cinema • Over 15,000 Films Served • 20 Indian National Awards for Best Service • Over 300 Hollywood Classics Restored India USA #FIATIFTADubai2013 UK Germany France Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 13. Managed Services for Archives 2 GEO-SEP COPIES   LOCAL GEO-SEP COPY  FILM SCANNING  QC, VERIFACTI ON, PACKAGI NG CONTENT COPY & TRANSFER Customer Site / Scanning Facility #FIATIFTADubai2013  UNPACKAGE & VERIFACTION  INGEST  ARCHIVE MANAGEMENT ACCESS & DELIVERY STORAGE ACCESS DELIVERY Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning Prasad Group, T3Media 2013 - Confidential
  • 14. Managed Services for Archives • T3Media is interfaced to Amazon S3 storage services • T3 media processing has been extended into EC2 to leverage cloud infrastructure for transcoding, using Amazon’s Elastic Encoder or extending T3’s own media software. #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning Prasad Group, T3Media 2013 - Confidential
  • 15. Traditional Business Model • Scanner - Capex Investment by Client • Scanner - Operation Management by Client • All other Services Managed by Prasad (optional) #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 16. Introducing Affordable Complete Managed Services • No Capex • No Operational Expenses • Prasad will install, maintain, operate the scanner on client’s site or offsite for the entire project duration • Prasad will integrate equipment into existing client infrastructure • Prasad will provide end to end services #FIATIFTADubai2013 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning
  • 17. “The Future of Film Scanning” Sai Prasad Prasad Group Get in contact: sai@prasadgroup.org Copyright © of this presentation is the property of the author(s). FIAT/IFTA is granted permission to reproduce copies of this work for purposes relevant to the above conference and future communication 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 Sai Prasad, The future of film scanning

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