There is a lot of data in a 35mm or 70mm film frame, more than gets transferred to the second and third generation copies so I assume that they work with the original when creating the digital version. That way the capture detail that never got as far as the cinema. Analogue copies, created to allow TV broadcast, will lose masses of data as the old 625 line system is very low resolution compared to 1080 let alone 4K.antonio66 wrote: A 1963 film in HD, how do they do that?
Analogue - BTE Designs Lenco L75 turntable, SME 3009 Series II Improved pickup arm, Audio Technica VM540ML cartridge, NVA Phono 1 phono stage with ridiculously huge outboard power supply.
Digital - Musical Fidelity M1 DAC, AppleTV4 with Apple Music subscription, Tangent CDII CD player.
Speakers - Large floor standing sealed cabs, with Fane 12-250-TC 12" full range driver.
I watched The Revenant last week and really enjoyed it. That was one realistic bear attack! Not so sure old Leo could have survived so long in such a freezing river, but nonetheless a good film.jammy395 wrote:Anyone seen "The Reverent" yet........
Looking forward to the 3rd Trekkie Movie......Sad news about Chekov.