SHOOTING A FICTION ON DVCPRO50 TRANSFER TO 35MMgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Shooting DV Films : One Thread
BEING ADOCCUMENTARY CAMERAMAN DIRECTOR FOR 15 YEARS I AM NOW TRYING TO DIRECT A SCRIPT THAT I WROTE USING MY CAMERA IKEGAMI HLV 75 WHICH IS A DVCPRO 50 RECORDER I NEED ALL THE INFO AND ADVICES FROM ANYONE WHO USED A SIMILAR TOOL AND TRANSFERED THE FINAL PRODUCT INTO 35 MM
-- ibrahim el batout (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 22, 2002
Nowadays when you work with film and yo take it to get processed, after they develop it an editor will run it through a machine that transfers it to DVCpro or someother digital form. They then edit on an Avid computer program (which seems to be the most popular and sometimes an industry standard) after its been edited in Post--they transfer it back to film. Chheck with Kodak or another company that develops 35 or 16mm. Your best bet is L.A. call or send the tape and they will send your processed edited film back to you in the can!!
-- Alan Smithee (email@example.com), July 25, 2002.