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As a rough estimate, one page of a script equates to one minute of screen time. It is impossible to say exactly how long a page will last on screen because it relies on too many factors. You shouldn't worry about trying to make each page go for exactly one minute. You'll find that some pages will go over a minute on screen and some will go under. So don't ...


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This was already done and seems to be done regularly in certain sports. Here is a (German, sorry) article from 1998 where this was done in the UEFA cup game Glasgow Rangers vs AC Parma. There where localized advertisements in Germany and Italy placed on areas originally pink. Here is the only English summary article on the subject that I found using a quick ...


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What a great idea -- you should enter the marketing field! I don't know if anyone has thought to do localized advertisements yet, but image post-processing is routinely used, at least on American football broadcasts, to track the field and the marker lines thereupon, so as to provide various forms of in-game analysis. If they can do that, I'm sure they ...


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You have two things going on here, both related. The first is that the native resolution of the display you are filming is higher than the format you are capturing in. You are immediately losing 1/3 of the image information on the iPad. This is further compounded however by the natural anti-aliasing that filming a screen at similar or lower resolution ...


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As I understand this, your script is for you and your friend and that you are both one of the producers and the director, perhaps even the camera man, editor, etc as is the case with many independent movies. So if I have this correct, your script format is only as important as how it serves you to make this movie, not some Hollywood guys unless you plan to ...



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