Light and What it Does

16mm, single perf, transluscent, good condition


Reel ID: LIGHT-AND-WHAT-IT-DOES

Nickname: Light and What it Does

Feet of Film Inspected: 24'


Inspection Date: 3/25/2020

Report Generated: 4/2/2020

Generated by User ID: Kara Peneguy

Profile

The following values are FI-16 operator observations

GAUGE FORMAT SOUND PROCESS ODOR
16mm 1-perf optical b/w none

Notes taken after inspection:




The following values are the result of Waypoint analysis


Raw Workprint

File: raw_workprint_light.mp4

Processed Workprint

File: LIGHT-AND-WHAT-IT-DOES_processed_workprint

Shrink & Stretch

These values represent overall shrink and stretch of the film as a whole

Lengthwise Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
3.690%
Lengthwise Stretch Stretch as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
1.122%
Lateral Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1
5.920%
Lateral Stretch Stretch as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1
2.051%

Left Perforation Integrity & Uniformity

These values represent local variations, as a % of frames where the following are present:

Vertical Perf Distortion 2.995%
Horizontal Perf Distortion 5.686%
Lengthwise Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
2
5.686%
Lengthwise Stretch Stretch as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
2
0.000%
Lateral Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1, 2
2.354%
Lateral Stretch Stretch as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1, 2
0.640%

Right Perforation Integrity & Uniformity

These values represent local variations, as a % of frames where the following are present:

Vertical Perf Distortion NaN
Horizontal Perf Distortion NaN
Lengthwise Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
2
NaN
Lengthwise Stretch Stretch as measured from the top line of the top sprocket to the bottom line of the bottom sprocket.
2
NaN
Lateral Shrink Shrinkage as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1, 2
NaN
Lateral Stretch Stretch as measured from the outer line of the left sprocket to the outer line of the right sprocket.
1, 2
NaN





The following values are the result of Waypoint analysis using SMPTE standards


Shrink & Stretch

These values represent overall shrink and stretch of the film as a whole

Lengthwise Shrink available in future
Lengthwise Stretch available in future
Lateral Shrink 1 available in future
Lateral Stretch 1 available in future

Left Perforation Integrity & Uniformity

These values represent local variations, as a % of frames where the following are present:

Vertical Perf Distortion available in future
Horizontal Perf Distortion available in future
Lengthwise Shrink 2 available in future
Lengthwise Stretch 2 available in future
Lateral Shrink 1, 2 available in future
Lateral Stretch 1, 2 available in future

Right Perforation Integrity & Uniformity

These values represent local variations, as a % of frames where the following are present:

Vertical Perf Distortion available in future
Horizontal Perf Distortion available in future
Lengthwise Shrink 2 available in future
Lengthwise Stretch 2 available in future
Lateral Shrink 1, 2 available in future
Lateral Stretch 1, 2 available in future

1 : May represent variation in slitting width at time of manufacture.
2 : at or above the “overall” values listed above



CSV File

Below is a shortened example of a CSV file generated by Waypoint. To view the entire file, click "DOWNLOAD FULL CSV FILE."
Every row in this spreadsheet represents a frame captured by FI-16. For full information on what each column item means, visit filmictech.com/terminology.








Raw Workprint

A workprint created by combining all of the images taken by FI-16 during inspection.








Processed Workprint

A workprint created by combining all of the images taken by FI-16 during inspection featuring an overlay of analytical data from Waypoint.








For more information regarding what Waypoint analyzes and how inpsection reports are created, visit https://www.filmictech.com/terminology.