Tag Archives: projectionist

Testing!!! Audio Quality Control Possible (Meyer Sound)

Every convention brings a new tool for bring better audio or picture to the screen. If there is anyone left with the talent to use them regularly is a different essay. Perhaps someone has some data about how many cinemas don’t have any projectionists, or just one or two ‘booth attendants’ to ingest hard disks and…and whatever else is required in a digital cinema.

CineEurope will see a new device from Meyer Sound,

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Testing!!! Audio Quality Control Possible (Meyer Sound)

Every convention brings a new tool for bring better audio or picture to the screen. If there is anyone left with the talent to use them regularly is a different essay. Perhaps someone has some data about how many cinemas don’t have any projectionists, or just one or two ‘booth attendants’ to ingest hard disks and…and whatever else is required in a digital cinema.

CineEurope will see a new device from Meyer Sound,

[……]

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Testing!!! Audio Quality Control Possible (Meyer Sound)

Every convention brings a new tool for bring better audio or picture to the screen. If there is anyone left with the talent to use them regularly is a different essay. Perhaps someone has some data about how many cinemas don’t have any projectionists, or just one or two ‘booth attendants’ to ingest hard disks and…and whatever else is required in a digital cinema.

CineEurope will see a new device from Meyer Sound,

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What Is A Projectionist? In The Digital Age

Marketing Guru Adrian Weidmann says, “Always Solve For Why”. In the Digital Cinema Age there are several more Quality Control and Security “Whys” than there have ever been.

The entire concept of the entertainment business is to give an accurate presentation of the artist’s intent to the audience. In the cinema world, there are dozens – perhaps hundreds – of crafts people working before and after the first lens during production and post to make the artist’s intent happen. The final craft with the final lens is the projectionist.

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[Update] Scathing 2D/3D Light Boston.com Article…True?

Update – A response has hit the interwebs, sometimes alleged to be a Sony press release. It doesn’t seem likely, but it is a defense nonetheless and explains many of the points (not all) made in the Boston Globe article. It is posted in its entirety at the bottom of this article. [End Update]

Sony projectors with RealD systems take a perceived hit in a Boston Globe article available at: A movie lover’s plea: Let there be light – Boston.com. Claims are made that, by virtue of using a Sony/RealD 3D lens pair – instead of a 2D lens – during 2D presentations with a Sony Projector, that only 85% of the intended light is getting to the patron in the seats. It seems like dodgy science, extrapolating some data and using some flawed common wisdom – some measurements would be grand.

Between all the ads, one might miss the link for what also seems to be a very fact-challenged graphic: Graphic – How a 3-D lens affects a 2-D movie -Boston.com

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