Great article, good interview. Thank you so much!
Thank you! I didn't know that DCI didn't have a 4K 120fps 3D format yet. That 84TB makes more sense when were' talking about a proprietary format/delivery method.
I went back and did the math on resolution, bit-depth, stereo imaging, frame rate and run time. I still didn't get 84TB, but I did get 54TB. That's pretty close. Like, close enough to be a typo on a 10-key.
Haven't made the time to listen yet, so I'm relying on someone who has. I know that's a faux pas, but whatever...
So, it was the final DPX that was 84TB, right, not the delivered file? Or was it the 4K, 120fps 3D DCP version? The only way to deliver an 84TB file is on some kind of array. That's not economically effective for a wide release, but maybe for a selective number of screens? Like, only the venues capable of projecting 4K @ 120fps?
Yeah, funny how it works out that way.
Glad it's not just me. The title got my click because I just couldn't imagine that was true. I guess it's time to watch the video?
EDIT: Watched the video: "To our knowledge, this is the fastest full frame prime lens on the market at T2.4"
I stand corrected...