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08-19-2023, 07:25 PM
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Philips TV commercial 60's (France)

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From a content stance, very neat!

From a video technical stance, it has some pretty nasty aliasing from overly aggressive sharpening. Maybe deinterlace, but I think it's entirely oversharpening at work here. Even the edges of the video halo/ring.

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What's the story with all those black flecks? Was this transferred from cine or are they just trying to make it look old?
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It also suffers from Youtube harsh compression artifacts because it's only 720, @ 1080 he would have gotten away with better compression ratio.

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What's the story with all those black flecks? Was this transferred from cine or are they just trying to make it look old?
I guess given the 60's and the number of edits involved it was shot and edited on film. The specks being black suggests this is a positive (reversal) film print dupe, or a video copy of it. It's obviously an advert requiring duplicate copies to be made for distribution. The natural distribution format at that time was 16mm b/w or color reversal film, which could be run through TV station telecine machines. Classy little promo.
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