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Cine Film: The beginning of home based video production
This page was created in memory of the old fashioned home recording units that revolutionized the film and animation industries. Making the creation and utilization of entertaining home movies and short films a popular endevor.
"It all began with cine film, without it animation wouldn't be what it is today."
All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another." -Anatole France
Ciné (sometimes Cine) is generally utilized when referring to one or more of the home movie or video platforms such as 8 mm, 9.5 mm, 16 mm film, and Super 8. The term Cine Film is not typically applied to refer to other video formats or specialist formats (for instance 35mm or 70mm flicks).
Cine film literally means 'to move' or 'moving' film; deriving from the Greek 'kine' the word for movement; it also holds origins in the Anglo-French term Cinematograph, which also means "moving picture."
Cine film began the growing or emerging trend of 'view at home' video; where people all over began to produce and watch videos in the comfort of their own homes, with friends and family gathered around a home projector. Images were often flashed on a white canvas, a sheet or a garage door out in the yard.
Cine film started out quite costly, but as it grew to become cheaper the data format commenced the rage of in your own home recordings. It was quite common for 50-foot reels of film to be purchased for documenting important events like wedding ceremonies and funeral processions.
Nevertheless, product sales began to decrease in the earlier 1970s with the release of more affordable and user friendly 16mm film.
In the the middle of the 1970s, video cameras, previously above the monetary reach of all but the most wealthy novice, became more affordable and more compact. By the first part of the 80s it was clear that the end was near for cine film as a mass media product, nevertheless even to the present day all the film platforms described previously are even now supported with new film stock and production processing - at the same time to a much lesser degree.
In the professional medical information and facts language, "cine" refers to 30 frames per second fluoroscopy photographs of the cardiovascular system obtained in the course of hypodermic injection of contrast dye to improve the process of visualizing different areas of stenosis.
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