This has nothing to do with FOV equivalency and a camera being "full frame" or not. As he mentions several times - you should familiarize yourself with YOUR setup - your camera and your sensor size. Equivalency would only matter if you mastered this technique on a certain sensor size and now you're shooting on another and need to make adjustments, which is not what the video is about.
This already exists in 3D Lut Creator:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0YQNm7TlNM
But let's see if this happens to work better.
Don't worry about it, it spoils nothing. Seriously. Also, go see the movie, we're all itching to post spoilers and waiting just for you for like 4 months already.
"...And with these words from thy press release - it sunk into the depths of obscurity and irrelevance. A mere sad anecdote, soon to be forgotten by everyone."
Come on Kodak. Get your shit together. Might be too late, though.
6. If you see your shoot requires 6 days and you only have budget for 4 - don't say "it'll work out if we just work longer/harder". It will not. You'll end up with hard drives full of disappointment and mediocrity in every shot, and an overworked cranky crew.
Either find a way to shorten the script/shooting script, or find a way to finance the required amount of days.