From: Bernd Luetzeler (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Nov 26 2008 - 10:26:09 PST
I've done that some 10 years ago, we shot it directly from a computer
I can't recall the framerates we used but we did a lot of calculations
considering monitor frame rate, camera framerate and shutter angle
we got really nice results without any flicker or moving bars. even
the colours were quite nice. you gotta consider that too of course!
Maybe a TFT might be even better since there's no framerate... ?...
And a camera with crystal motor might be more reliable in terms of
stable + correct frame rates.
You can also check if there are any bars by looking through the frame
itself (from the film cartridge viewpoint)
with some cameras you gotta use a small mirror or prism to look into
it from the side.
To avoid too much of a pixel structure you can also try to be just a
bit out of focus.
But in any case I think the video aesthetics will be visible after...
Am 26.11.2008 um 13:52 schrieb Pedro Maia:
> Does anyone know the best way to shoot a video projection to super 8
> (kind of amateur blowup from video to super 8)?
> What are the best settings? 24fps? video projector Hz?
> Thanks in advance.
> Pedro Maia
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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