Quote Originally Posted by hrst View Post
"This is from 1999, so I'm not surprised. Scanning was called telecining and used more expensive and inferior technology compared to today's...
Sorry but wrong. True scanning from this period is exactly how it is done today, only a bit slower; Single RBG image passes per frame (usually with a Alpha channel or Infrared pass for dust) saved in a log-space file such as .cin or .dpx or Open EXR.

Telecine work should not be confused with real scanning.