Thank you, Scott. Your indications couldn't be more clear.
2017-10-22 14:35 GMT+02:00 Scott Dorsey <klu...@panix.com>:
> Yes, the neg needs to be cut in order. You can cut it with scenes simply
> order (and cement splice it). If you do this you will see a line on the
> at each cut. The better way to do this is to A-B roll, that is to make two
> rolls with a checkerboard pattern with scenes alternating with black
> If you do not want to touch the negative yourself either because you do not
> have a cement splicer or a clean enough place, you can ask the lab to
> the negative from the edit list. Very few labs today will actually do
> conforming and the ones that do will charge a lot, but there are some
> out there that do nothing but negative conforming.
> I suggest that if this is your first time that you borrow a hot splicer and
> buy some black camera leader (not print leader) and give it a try just to
> a notion of how the process works.
> "A Primer On Filmmaking" by Roberts and Sharples is a good introduction to
> the mechanical process. Get an earlier edition.
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