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08 APRIL 2011

DSLR Slate App for iPhone and iPad

"The DSLR Slate App (by Chris Bayol) is a digital slate specifically designed for use with HDDSLR productions and works with iPads and the iPhone/iTouch. The app operates as a traditional slate, providing you with all the standard information (see picture above), but it also goes a step further and provides information tailored to HDDSLR production, allowing you to log shutter speed, ISO, aperture, lens, and many other details (which can come in handy while shooting tests). All of this additional information is stored by the app, and then displayed for the camera in quick bursts so that each page of information is captured for only a few frames. This makes slating on set efficient, and ensures that you have all the information you need in post–production.

This app is already quite useful, but I've spoken to the developer and there are already plenty of future tweaks in the works. Personally, I'd love to see the app give us the ability to put in production notes, to auto–increment takes as you go, and of course to find a way to jam sync the iPad to your audio recording device – right now I still use my DENECKE, which is a fantastic but expensive proposition."

(Vincent Laforet, 2 June 2010)

Fig.1 'Alex Walker (28/06/2010). 'iPad DSLR Slate App + Canon 7D Video'

Fig.2 Vincent Laforet (2010). 'DSLR Slate'

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aperture • audio synchronisation • Chris Bayol • clapboardclapperclapperboardconvergence • Denecke • digital cinematographydigital filmmakingdigital media • digital slate • DSLR • DSLR Slate • filmmaking • HDDSLR • iPadiPhoneiPod TouchISO • iTouch • markerproductionproductivity • shutter speed • slateslate boardSMPTEsound recording • sound synchronisation • syncsync slatesync soundsynchronisationtime slatetimecodetitle sequencevideo production

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Simon Perkins
12 MARCH 2011

SMPTE Universal Film Leader

"SMPTE was founded in 1916 to advance theory and development in the motion imaging field. Today, SMPTE publishes ANSI–approved Standards, Recommended Practices, and Engineering Guidelines, along with the highly regarded SMPTE Journal and its peer–reviewed technical papers. SMPTE holds conferences and local Section meetings to bring people and ideas together, allowing for useful interaction and information exchange."

(Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers)

1). SMPTE Universal Film Leader
2). CinemaScope Release Film Leader
3). Universal Film Leader
4). 'Cincinnatus SMPTE Film Leader Test', Internet Archive.
5). Cincinnatus, 'SMPTE Film Leader (Test)', Internet Archive, Creative Commons license [QuickTime 35.4 Mb]
6). Technical document on the Universal Film Leader by the European Broadcasting Union.

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16 SOUND START • 16mm1916 • 35 SOUND START • 35mm • Academy Leader • ANSI • cinema • CinemaScope • countdown • engineering guidelines • European Broadcasting Union • film • film countdown • film leader • foot leader • head leader • motion graphicsmoving image • PICTURE START • post productionprojector • recommended practices • SMPTE • Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers • solutionstandardssynchronisation • tail leader • technical document • technical papers • technologytelecine • theatrical motion picture exhibition • timecode • universal film leader • Universal SMPTE Leader

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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