[Tig] super sticky PTR for Telecine
aidan.farrell at farmgroup.tv
Tue Apr 30 23:45:45 BST 2013
sorry forgot to mention the extra work lacing up film as you have additional rollers.
Also If there were tape splices in a roll of cut neg that were not perfect this could cause as Graham said servo issues
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On 30 Apr 2013, at 23:36, "Graham Collett" <grahamcollett at visible-sprockets.co.uk> wrote:
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> Hi Carl,
> Long before ptr's there was a roller called, "a sticky
> roller" that was exactly that ...and when full you peeled the next layer off
> ... I want to say Dupont, but cant remember, even too long ago for me ...
> more often than not they cleaned the film beautifully but snapped the film
> on the servo mkiii servo's being upset by the stickiness ... and they ended
> up more dirty than ever because of all the joins. They were about 3"
> diameter and sat between the spooling motors, below the loop rollers
> ....ahahaha, nobody knows what a mkiii is :)
> Graham Collett
> Visible Sprockets Ltd
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Carl Skaff [mailto:carl at stopp.se]
> Sent: 27 April 2013 00:11
> To: tig at colorist.org
> Subject: [Tig] super sticky PTR for Telecine
> Hi all
> I've heard about people using a non-rubber-PTR for Telecines...
> I think it is sort of sticky-tape to remove dirt from the filmroll...
> anyone has experience with that?
> *Carl Skaff
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