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 Scout 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 Scout. For full information on what each column item means, visit cinequal.com/terminology.








Raw Workprint

A workprint created by combining all of the images taken by Scout during inspection.








Processed Workprint

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








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