Re: super-8 to 16mm blowup

From: Bill Brand (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Apr 07 2006 - 14:58:43 PDT


Hi Moira,

Perhaps this has been answered already, but on
the older JK printers the sequencer setting to
double every third frame for converting 18 fps to
24 fps is "STEP" with "CAMERA" set to 2 and
"PROJECTOR" set to 3. On the newer JK's with the
computer sequencer follow these instruction:

Step 2:3 for x number of frames (e.g. 210) on the
projector to stretch from 18 to 24 fps
1 PGM MODE
2 PROJ. PRESET
3 Key in the number x (e.g. 210)
4 ENTER
5 STEP COUNT
6 Key in the number 2
7 ENTER
8 CYCLE COUNT (PROJECTOR)
9 Key in the number 3
10 ENTER
11 PGM MODE
12 RUN

BIll

>howya folks
>quick question - I have to blow up 7 mins of
>super-8 (18 fps) to 16mm (24fps) (using the
>millenium optic printer which I think doubles
>every 2nd frame) ... the 16 will be a bit
>longer, anyone have a good way to calculate how
>much longer?
>thanks! moira t
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