master film

master film

The earliest generation of imagery (negative or positive) from which subsequent copies are produced.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Consulting with master film editors including Walter Murch, Juliette Welfling, Eddie Hamilton, and Anne V.
His book, which hits stores on Halloween (October 31), instead looks at movies like Attack of the Killer Donuts, Demonic Toys or the Puppet Master film franchise.
But the tone of master film and TV contract negotiations with the industry's top employers will be set by directors.
The master film maker explores the humiliation of the Government's Work Capability Assessments which are carried out by unsympathetic private companies and how the benefits systems rules are deliberately set in opposition to each other, creating a minefield for claimants.
The word versatility acquires a new shine when one uses it to describe the awesome repertoire of master film composer Patrick Doyle.
DGM specifies that the master film in the Filmdex CnC process can be used eight times, but some users are re-porting using it 12-15 times before replacing it, further lowering the cost of production.
Called the Master Film Store, the BFI's new complex will hold more than 500,000 cans of films and a host of television shows.
It can be visually stunning, which is no surprise as Scott has the eye of a master film maker.
For scanning purposes a silver master is best, but a silver copy is next best if there are any issues with releasing the master film, and a diazo copy as a last resort.