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#1 Robert Eder

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Posted 18 October 2005 - 03:24 PM

hello,

i´ve been reading in this board for a while and am quite new here.
i am interested in those frameliner devices. what exactly are they for and for what kind of production is it a must?
i think for use in film its needed to see the "used" area, but am not shure. what for do i need it in video production?

i guess they insert rectangular lines into the screen in variable sizes, maybe in aspect rations?!

some do max 2 (trius X) some do max 3 (transvideo)

but why shall i pay 2k? for lines? ok, the trius x has a bubble as well which i guess is an artificial horizon.

i think i qould go for the transvideo, because its much cheaper, but is it worth its price and do i have some alternatives?

thanks a lot,

robert
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#2 Robert Eder

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Posted 23 October 2005 - 03:51 AM

i finally found sthg. that helped me:

here

greetings, robert
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