From: Sam Wells (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Mar 30 2007 - 08:00:55 PDT
> Which was an object lesson that format matters very much, and that
> programs like Final Cut are not doing us a favor by letting us
> think that
> they are all interchangeable and somehow equivalent.
It doesn't let you think that, that's why it forces rendering in
FCP 6 next month should let you work with mixed formats.
Agree 110 % film should be exhibited as film if that's the intention.
I thought this was about prescreeners, it's drop in quality vs tying
up a print & more projections than necessary.
Some "never ever show as video" types nonetheless make prescreeners
on DVD. A well kept secret ;-)
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