Film post production expenses cut to 70% with Cinevator - Is it good enough for Independent Filmmaker's to invest their Own Fund

Recently India launched the first direct-to-35mm married print Recorder called Cinevator Service at Filmlab Digital to make life easy for all producers, cinematographer and filmmaker belonging to India Media, who are under constant pressure of time and cost. Cinevator does Real Time Recording (RT) Reverse Telecine directly to Print.

Its the first and only Real Time Digital Film Recorder in India. With the Cinevator you can turn a digital film(Shot on Digital Film Camera's like RED/SI2K/HD or shot on 35mm/16mm stock and scanned) into 35 mm positive married print film directly including sound and subtitles - all in real time, without going to negative.

Now you can forget all about negative intermediate, interpositive, internegative and sound negatives - go straight to print film in one step! It's just perfect for all those last minute Censor Copy, Ads & Promos Theatricals, limited releases, premium prints and festival screenings. If you want to record to negative intermediate and then use your normal process, there is no easier or faster way to do it than with the Cinevator. If flexibility matters, the Cinevator is the best choice. In principle the Cinevator can replace your old film recorder, your film printer , your sound camera and your subtitling machine. At last there is one machine that will do it all!

This is a great Boon to a large population of Independent Filmmakers and Ad and Film Production houses in India who have been waiting to cut the budget of internegative film since there was very poor recovery and so even if they wanted to go for a DI of their project for quality enhancement they could not do it because of the money crunch. Now for once they are getting that opportunity of cutting their post budget by around 70% for their films/ ads...But the question remains that is it a good time for them to invest their own fund to make a creative work according to their own likings without compromising on quality due to fund pressure or are they waiting for some more price cutting in this competitive market...???

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