Telecine is described as a machine that has the capability of converting a major motion picture into a television format.

The signal is reprocessed as is the size of the image. Older films have the same ratio size as television, 4:3, and accordingly do not need to be processed through the full Telecine apparatus. Telecines are used to transmit film content directly to the medium of television.

Ref: 124243/2006-09-27


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Telecines

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