telecine

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telecine

(ˈtɛlɪˌsɪnɪ)
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(Broadcasting) apparatus for producing a television signal from cinematograph film
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The software supports native HDV and DVCPRO HD for acquisition, editing, and output; real-time effects and 2:3 pulldown insertion over FireWire(R); and Avid DNxHD(TM) encoding to create effects, transitions, and titles with uncompromised image quality.
The software supports native HDV and DVCPRO HD for acquisition, editing, and output; real-time effects and 2:3 pulldown insertion over FireWire; and Avid DNxHD(TM) encoding to create effects, transitions, and titles with uncompromised image quality.
Both projectors feature a digital keystone adjustment of +/-20 degrees (vertical), progressive-scan circuitry that converts a 480i (NTSC) or 575i (PAL) signal to progressive display using 2:3 pulldown for improved image quality when projecting film-originated DVDs or TV content, and a customizable logo display that lets users display their favorite image, company, or school logo on the start-up screen.