housed the film reproducing equipment and initially comprised two
Flying spot Scanner Machines capable of playing 16mm, 35mm film
and showing a 35mm still. The sound track could be on film as optical
sound or as a magnetic side stripe requiring the operator to switch
between pick-up heads depending on the type of sound on film.
was carried out on with a Fernseh
Telerecorder which included twin Arriflax film magazines capable
of taking 400 foot rolls of 16mm film. Audio was recorded on 16mm
Magnetic Tape Recorders using two machines for program changeover.
These machines could handle 1200 foot reels
In the late fifties
Telecine Chains were procured providing twin 16mm projectors
and a 35mm slide projector multiplexed into a single program output.
Audio was optical or magnetic side stripe on film of taken from
Slave locked 16mm
Magnetic Replay Machines. Roy
Bruce operating the Pye Telecine machine
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