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Reformatting 24 fps to 48 fps
Using SDS-70 "DMX" Process

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The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Robert Weisgerber, Super Dimension 70 Date: 1. January 2005
Actual 70mm Frames. Press to enlarge

We have just completed a test for Jim Cameron converting 24fps to 48fps SDS-70. Via computer software we actually create "in-between frames" which allows for a significant reduction in motion artifact and strobing on the screen.

It also gives us the ability like Imax DMR to reformat a conventional film and repurpose to SDS-70. This process really improves the look of a feature far better than even Imax! And since we are widescreen we don't have to recompose the aspect ratio like Imax does on widescreen content.

 
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