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 new film transfer technology for dry electrode coating, on the other hand, operates without these ecologically damaging and expensive process steps: The IWS engineers mix their active material with binding polymers.
In the case of nonuniform film transfer, the streakline became wider and diffused.
In the case of the neat thermoplastic, the possibility of film transfer is very high.
It is the company's first unit based on its new Film Transfer Imaging (FTI) technology.
Realtree's HD Camo is applied to the riser through hydro graphics, which explained simply is a water-based printed film transfer process.
Additional features include a compact footprint (30" x 27" x 24") and the implementation of a new technology called Film Transfer Imaging (FTI) that is proprietary to 3D Systems.
While the company isn't divulging details about the machine's "cutting-edge proprietary" technology that it calls Film Transfer Imaging, president Abe Reichental said V-Flash will combine plug-and-play setup with the ability to make high-quality solid models within hours.
The client provides post production services for television commercials, including creative and off-line editing, film transfer, special, visual and audio effects.
The service will be extended to cinA film transfer once a pounds 90,000 piece of equipment ordered from America arrives.
In the cases of self-lubricating bearings that use a fabric-style liner, the initial range of motion common in dithering environments is not sufficient to create the proper film transfer. Instead, in such environments, the fabric begins to act as a sophisticated cheese grater: as the bearing is experiencing dithering, the fabric (typically composed of viscoelastic meta-aramid and conventional PTFE filaments) begins to rasp away at the mating surface, leaving an imprint of its fabric structure.
The Swedish digital media mastering and networking solutions developer Digital Vision AB said on Wednesday (23 June) that it had won a contract for two DVNR HD Image Processing workstations from the US film transfer facility SSI Advanced Post Services.