[Videolib] print from video still?

Sebastian Derry (sebastianderry@yahoo.com)
Tue, 14 Aug 2007 08:06:31 -0700 (PDT)

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Greetings,=0A =0AI'm looking for some technical advice. I need to make a bl=
own-up print from a video still. The video is archival tape news footage th=
at has been transferred to DVD. The idea is to take a still image captured =
from the DVD, and then enlarge it to print and display it on poster-sized p=
aper (2 or 3ft square), while maintaining a decent degree of resolution.=0A=
=0AHas anyone done this? Or, any suggestions/recommendations as to softwar=
e or tools to use to do it in-house (i.e. using Final Cut Pro)? =0A =0APlea=
se reply off-list, thanks.=0A =0ASebastian Derry=0A=0A=0A =0A________=
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Greetings,
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I'm looking= for some technical advice. I need to make a blown-up print from a video st= ill. The video is archival tape news footage that has been transferred to D= VD. The idea is to take a still image captured from the DVD, and then = enlarge it to print and display it on poster-sized paper (2 or 3ft squ= are), while maintaining a decent degree of resolution.
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Has anyone done this? Or, any suggestions/recommendations as t= o software or tools to use to do it in-house (i.e. using Final Cut Pro)? =0A
 
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Please reply off-list, thanks.
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Sebastian Derry

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