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fazail
filmstrip
on Oct 26, 2005 at 10:55:58 pm

Hi..
I am trying to print these exported films strips in photoshop.
The problem is that these filmstrips are arranged horizontaly rather than just one vertical stripe. I was wondering if there is anyway i can output a filmstrip thats just one vertical segement or import/change the strip.
Basicaly what i am trying to do is resize it to a 16mm films size and print them and try and photocopy them on to the clear 16mm leader...
anyone??


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Richard Harrington
Re: filmstrip
on Oct 27, 2005 at 1:16:26 am

If you mean by exported filmstrips, videos exported to the filmstrip format, That will not work in SO SO many ways

anmd you cannot photocopyu to film leader

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fazail
Re: filmstrip
on Oct 27, 2005 at 6:29:16 am


Thanks Richard,

Yeah i could not photocopy directly on to the film.. Anyways the other experiment i am trying is using temporary tattoo paper.. printing on it and than transfering on to 16mm leader... this is for a experimental film course i am taking. Is there a setting i can use during export to get just a single verticle strip??? maybe a standalone program that can do it... or something..
this is what i am doing now... i am cut and pasting portions of the strip on to a clean letter size canvas.. printing them and cut them.. just that cut and past takes a long time.. if only they had one verticale strip i can cut a full pages size chunks...

thanks


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