[Tig] Tig Digest, Vol 32, Issue 4

Benjamín Fernández Maribona benjamin at digitalsprockets.net
Fri Jun 1 17:20:33 BST 2007


Hola
This is the first time I post on the tig.
On D2 that is not in use in Mexico now, but D3 is another story, I have 3  
transfers to D3 today 2 from DVCAM to D3 and 1 from DVD. So In mexico we  
still use D3 to deliver to Televisa.
Thanks

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>    1. Re: Mars Hi-Res (TSassoon at aol.com)
>    2. Re: D2 lives ! (TSassoon at aol.com)
>    3. submission (CIK)
>    4. Tertiaries (Richard Kirk)
>    5. Re: Tertiaries (Rob Lingelbach)
>    6. Re: Tertiaries (Cem Ozkilicci)
>    7. Re: Mars Hi-Res (Adrian Thomas)
>    8. Re: D2 lives ! (DCSOS)
>    9. Re: Mars Hi-Res (timothy norman huber)
>   10. Re: Mars Hi-Res (timothy norman huber)
>   11. Re: Wide Gamut displays (David Tosh)
>   12. Re: Mars Hi-Res (David Tosh)
>   13. Re: Wide Gamut displays...Toshiaries (Bob Festa)
>   14. Tig-announce Digest, Vol 17, Issue 1
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>   15. commercial workflow, finish in the US (Rob Lingelbach)
>   16. Re: Tertiaries (Rob Lingelbach)
>   17. vtr comaptibilty ? (bob johanson)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 23:34:28 EDT
> From: TSassoon at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [Tig] Mars Hi-Res
> To: tig at colorist.org
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> In a message dated 5/30/07 6:18:33 PM, rob at colorist.org writes:
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>> And if you could get the spacecraft to go faster, you'd live longer.
>>
>
> And at 186,000 miles per second, you'll be a lot more, er, energetic!
>
> Brendan Bolles has a very fine JP2 reader/writer for Adobe host apps at
> www.fnordware.com
>
> It includes a lot of unusual parameters, and it's free. Check out his  
> other
> stuff, too.
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>
>
> Tim Sassoon
> SFD vfx & creative post
> Santa Monica, CA
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> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 23:50:14 EDT
> From: TSassoon at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [Tig] D2 lives !
> To: tig at colorist.org
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> In a message dated 5/30/07 4:57:22 PM, James_Deluca at crestdigital.com  
> writes:
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>> We produce subtitled dubs directly to D2 daily.
>>
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> James,
>
> I've been in your machine room and seen your D-2's on several occasions,  
> but
> they were dark each time, so I figured you just didn't have anywhere  
> else to
> store them. Somebody should go and update Wikipedia to reflect D-2's  
> apparently
> enduring popularity in certain quarters. I can honestly say I had no  
> idea.
> Anyone still using M? Or still timeshifting at home with a Sanyo V-Cord?  
> Type A,
> B or C 1" in daily use? (you've got to hit record - playback only doesn't
> count)
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> Tim "last quad spot dub in 1989" Sassoon
> SFD vfx & creative post
> Santa Monica, CA
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> Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 08:56:56 +0200
> From: CIK <pcwgeneva at mac.com>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 09:04:04 +0100
> From: Richard Kirk <richard at filmlight.ltd.uk>
> Subject: [Tig] Tertiaries
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> On Wed, May 30, 2007 12:35 pm, Bob Kertesz wrote:
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>> > By the way, I'm claiming a copyright on the term "tertiaries?" and  
>> would note
>> > the date as first use when it comes to color correction (if no one  
>> else has
>> > done so before).
>>
> Knee-jerk reaction to cite prior art from years of working on patents...
>
> Goethe's Colour book defined primary, secondary and tertiary colours. He
> divided up a triangle
> into 9 subtriangles. There were three primaries (CMY) three secondaries
> in the middle of the sides
> (RGB) and the remaining colours were tertiaries. He tried other
> subdivisions too, but I don't think
> quaternaries were there. However, there isn't a grey in his diagram  
> either.
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> Cheers.
> Richard Kirk
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