[Tig] D2 lives !
BTopazio at company3.com
Tue Jun 5 14:22:59 BST 2007
Up until this season, ABC *REQUIRED* D2 air masters. This past winter,
they are well on the way to transitioning to... IMX.
We still have a few 20's and 28's. Anybody need some?
From: tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org [mailto:tig-bounces at tig.colorist.org]
On Behalf Of DCSOS
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 8:45 AM
To: tig at ns1.colorist.org
Subject: Re: [Tig] D2 lives !
Thanks to Andy Lichtstein for support in 2007.
2007: 15th year of the TIG. Guide to TIG Posting is at
Main TIG portal: http://tig.colorist.org/wiki3
We had a setup that Post Perfect NY developed where we could
digitally copy from D2 to D2
with a cloning cable directly (like a digibeta)
The machines were modded to take other than composite in!
Made us keep D2's operational till almost the Millennium!
Haven't hit record for a couple of years now though!
On May 30, 2007, at 11:50 PM, TSassoon at aol.com wrote:
> Thanks to Andy Lichtstein for support in 2007.
> 2007: 15th year of the TIG. Guide to TIG Posting is at
> Main TIG portal: http://tig.colorist.org/wiki3
> In a message dated 5/30/07 4:57:22 PM,
> James_Deluca at crestdigital.com writes:
>> We produce subtitled dubs directly to D2 daily.
> 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
> Tim "last quad spot dub in 1989" Sassoon
> SFD vfx & creative post
> Santa Monica, CA
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