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TC or TS?

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by cad0, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. cad0

    cad0 Member

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    In movies like "NameOfMovie.TC.XViD-XViD" what does the TC stand for? or sometimes TS?
     
  2. Bawjawz

    Bawjawz Guest

    Dunno m8 but usually indicates good quality, from my experiences (TC anyways).
     
  3. nohelpme

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    Hope this help!

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    the "Telesync" (very common) – a camcorder mounted typically on a tripod for a more steady shot with a secondary audio recording done with a professional microphone or plugged directly into a sound source such as an FM radio tuned to the frequency that a theater uses for a system designed to accommodate hearing-impaired customers. The audio and video are resynchronized during the digital encoding process. Often, a "Cam" is mislabelled as a telesync. (Denoted by "TS" or "TELESYNC".)
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    the "Telecine" (somewhat common) – a film projection camera used to frame by frame transfer film from its analog reel to digital format. These were rare because the telecine machine for making these prints is very costly and very large, however, more recently, telecines have become much more common. (Denoted by "TC" or "TELECINE".)
     
  4. Bawjawz

    Bawjawz Guest

    Wow cheers man, always appreciate new info.
     
  5. nohelpme

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    hey always looking to help someone new to the "scene". Cheers
     

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