I thought that most of the "chemicals" for the motion picture processes are published. some of them come with warnings about needing a licence to use them commercially.
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
This is true.
Originally Posted by cmacd123
You can even buy a high level EK license / contract which supplies you with formulas, analytical and other control features and technical support.
At Cape Canaveral we had such support and could call in EK assistance right from the local office in Orlando. We had scratch mix facilities and processed B&W and color MP right there on-site. But, it was essentially an NDA situation in that the information was confidential and only licensed.
This is also done in Hollywood.