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October 19, 2016, 01:53 PM
Wondering if you should master in 2K or 4K? The DCP specification has two official resolutions: “2K” and “4K”. The majority of films shown in theatres currently are in 2K. In most cases you should create your DCP to match the resolution of the master version of your film. 2K will be your likely best bet if the file (or videotape) source image is 2048 x 1080 (or less). 4K will be a better option for any native size higher than that.#dcp#4k#2k#kdm#encryption
May 7, 2014, 12:05 PM
Assimilate Inc's Steve Bannerman is interviewed by Manhattan Edit Workshop's Josh Apter at NABShow 2014 from the Aotg.com booth. They discuss Scratch and Scratch Labs, 4K workflows, Stereo 3D, turnkey systems, and so much more!#editing#3d#vfx#color#film#4k#post production#onset#mew#manhattan edit workshop#scratch#aotg#scratch play#josh apter#steve bannerman#2k
Greg O'Bryant sits down with Gordon to discuss the editing of Brand New Cherry Flavor for Netflix an...
Yan Miles sits down to discuss editing The Crown's hit episode Fairytale.
Gordon sits down with Michelle Tesoro ACE to discuss her work on The Queen's Gambit.
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