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6K Digital Restoration Services by Motion Picture Imaging
 
Senior Restoration Colorist Jan Yarbrough
 
Senior Producer Daphne Dentz
 
Producer Billy Patten
 
Scan and Record Manager Chris Gillaspie
 
VP of Engineering Bill Baggelaar
 
Data, Conform & Graphics Kathleen Largay
 
Compositor Valerie McMahon
 
Digital Image Clean Up Prasad Group
 
Film Processing Technicolor
 
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== 4K Restorations Pages ==
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{{Special:PrefixIndex/4K_Restoration}}
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== 6K Digital Restoration Services ==
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* Motion Picture Imaging
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== Senior Restoration Colorist ==
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* Jan Yarbrough
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== Senior Producer ==
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* Daphne Dentz
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== Producer ==
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* Billy Patten
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== Scan and Record Manager ==
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* Chris Gillaspie
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== VP of Engineering ==
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* Bill Baggelaar
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== Data, Conform & Graphics ==
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* Kathleen Largay
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== Compositor ==
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* Valerie McMahon
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== Digital Image Clean Up ==
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* Prasad Group
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== Film Processing ==
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* Technicolor
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== 2021 UHD Blu-ray release ==
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* "As part of the restoration done in 2010, the film was scanned in 6K and those files were the basis for this brand-new Dolby Vision version, which shows off the full beauty of the original VistaVision negative. The VistaVision format used special cameras to feed 35mm film into the camera horizontally in order to capture a wider image spread over two 35mm film frames, giving VistaVision twice the resolution of regular 35mm film. In addition, Paramount spent well over 150 hours doing new color work and clean-up on the scan. The move to Dolby Vision created the opportunity to further improve the look of the film: blacks are enhanced and improvements were made to smooth out special effects mattes to create the most vibrant and pristine image possible."<ref>https://www.avsforum.com/threads/the-ten-commandments-is-coming-to-ultra-hd-blu-ray.3180633/</ref>
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== Buy on Amazon ==
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* [https://amzn.to/31rhXim Blu-ray]
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== References ==
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[[Category:Paramount 4K Restorations]]
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[[Category:VistaVision 6K Scan]]

Latest revision as of 03:59, 6 September 2021



6K Digital Restoration Services[edit]

  • Motion Picture Imaging

Senior Restoration Colorist[edit]

  • Jan Yarbrough

Senior Producer[edit]

  • Daphne Dentz

Producer[edit]

  • Billy Patten

Scan and Record Manager[edit]

  • Chris Gillaspie

VP of Engineering[edit]

  • Bill Baggelaar

Data, Conform & Graphics[edit]

  • Kathleen Largay

Compositor[edit]

  • Valerie McMahon

Digital Image Clean Up[edit]

  • Prasad Group

Film Processing[edit]

  • Technicolor

2021 UHD Blu-ray release[edit]

  • "As part of the restoration done in 2010, the film was scanned in 6K and those files were the basis for this brand-new Dolby Vision version, which shows off the full beauty of the original VistaVision negative. The VistaVision format used special cameras to feed 35mm film into the camera horizontally in order to capture a wider image spread over two 35mm film frames, giving VistaVision twice the resolution of regular 35mm film. In addition, Paramount spent well over 150 hours doing new color work and clean-up on the scan. The move to Dolby Vision created the opportunity to further improve the look of the film: blacks are enhanced and improvements were made to smooth out special effects mattes to create the most vibrant and pristine image possible."[1]

Buy on Amazon[edit]

References[edit]