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Regardless of the problems, most dual-aspect ratio productions live with the best compromise their creative teams can find; frame the important stuff for the 4:3 screen and fill the rest of the screen with interesting but not necessarily important props, people, or scenery There are even larger issues here than the composition of a static shot Remember, we are dealing with moving pictures, or perhaps better put, pictures in which things move Things like cars, animals, and people And they often move into the frame or out of the frame The timing of an entrance or exit can be vital to the effect of scene s dramatic or comic content But if you are shooting for both aspect ratios, one of your versions will be wrong (see Figures 225 and 226) For the majority of people working in the world of dual aspect ratios, there really didn t seem to be any option other than the side-bar solution But an interesting alternative has begun to emerge In the fall of 1999, CBS began airing shows both in standard NTSC and in HDTV At that time, Paramount Pictures decided that all their shows, regardless of the network that airs them, should be shot in such a way that an HDTV version can be extracted in the future for reruns and ancillary markets A few years before the CBS announcement, Paramount examined the composition compromise adopted by other studios to accommodate the 4:3 aspect ratio of NTSC and the 16:9 of HDTV But according to John Sprung, Director of Technology for Paramount Television Post Production, our cinematographers informed us that that relationship of frames is difficult to work with, and produces severely impaired compositions in one or both versions We did a lot of thinking and testing, says Sprung, which resulted in the Common Sides process (See Figure 227) Simply stated, Common Sides means to shoot for a 4:3 frame, then after the show is finished (edited), a 16:9 HDTV or widescreen extraction can be made from within the 4:3 frame, maintaining the same left and right borders on both versions Chances are a viewer will be less bothered by not seeing an actor s feet (as demonstrated in Figure 227) than by seeing half an actor (as in Figure 223)
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FIGURE 224 A shot composed for 4:3 gets a loose, empty feeling when shown as 16:9 Note especially the upper left
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FIGURE 225 If a cut on an entrance is timed right for standard TV, then it will be late in HDTV If a cut on an exit is timed right for standard TV, then it will be early in HDTV
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In this scenario, the eyepiece of the camera is now marked to identify the bottom portion of the picture that will be excluded from the 16:9 version (see Figure 228) Is it a perfect solution Well, not exactly There are still framing issues The shot that looks well balanced top-and-bottom in 4:3 may now seem to have too much head room in 16:9 There are alternative ways of extracting the 16:9 image that include shaving a little off the top and a little off the bottom Or there is the option of changing the areas eliminated on a scene-by-scene or even shot-by-shot basis (see Figure 229)* (This is possible as well in the side panel scenario) But just as in a pan-and-scan transfer, changing the area of extraction within a program will take more time and, yes, more money
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*Thanks to John Sprung, Paramount Pictures Television, for diagrams
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FIGURE 226 If a cut on an entrance is timed right for HDTV, then it will be early in standard TV If a cut on an exit is timed right for HDTV, then it will be late in standard TV
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In actual practice, Paramount never uses a fixed common top line, rather doing a tilt-and-scan This takes much less time and money than a pan-and-scan because a position can be established that takes some off the top and more off the bottom of an image that works for the vast majority of the show The whole show is converted in this position, and time codes are noted for the shots that need a different positioning A show can be tilt-and-scanned in roughly twice the nominal air time, ie two hours for a one hour show Pan-and-scan would require about 4-6 times the time and expense of tilt-and-scan The reason for the fixed common top ground glass markings is that there s no way to make variable ground glass markings, and you have to have some reference to how big the HD frame will be
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