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The final format of a film to be presented to the audience. The most traditional format is a 35 mm film (sometimes 16 mm or 70 mm). Lately there has also been a digital HighDefinition video, that can be distributed through the net or sent as various, space saving recordings around the world.

For television purposes, the films are usually made into a lower contrast copy with tones that are not as sharp as in the actual film, which is then simpler to transfer in a scanner to a video recording (mostly on DigiBeta tapes or hard disc) for television broadcasting. Scanning the film can be made either analogically or digitally.

See Film.


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