VELIKIY UTESHITEL (1933, Soviet Union)
directed by: Lev Kuleshov

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IMDB link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0024728

Submitted by Viktorija Eksta on 2009-02-13

Viktorija Eksta's comment:
Frame accurate measurement from a digitized version using Final Cut Pro.


Name:
Titles
Silent
Fight
Sound
Number of shots:
68
55
37
109
Length(min):
5.22
22.05
4.28
62.56
ASL(sec):
4.6
24
6.9
34.4
MSL 8.7 1.2 0.7 2.3
MSL/ASL
1.89
0.05
0.1
0.07
StDev 4.9 40.6 8.4 48.5
Min 0.3 0.6 0.2 -0.1
Max 32.1 40.7 31.2 115.7
CV 1.07 1.69 1.21 1.41
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Users' comments:

Author: Gunars Civjans Date: 2009-02-13

 There is an error in measurement of frame 138. it starts at 00:22:52:16 and ends at 00:22:52:12.



Author: Yuri Tsivian Date: 2009-02-22

Evidently, since this is a silent movie the projection speed Gunars used is 24 fps, right? See my comment to your Engineer Prayt submission.



Author: Yuri Tsivian Date: 2009-02-22

This measurement differs significantly from your hand-made one: by 6 seconds in ASL and by 5 minutes in length (also, in the totlal number of shots. Is it because you included the credits in the 2nd one? Still, 5 minutes is a bit too much...



Author: Date: 2009-02-23

Did you think about interpolated frames on a DVD? Could that make a difference too? (You know that story with digitizing movies at 25fps and therefore adding 5 frames each second)



Author: Heidi Date: 2009-02-23

Sorry - forgot to add my name, but I don't want to stay anonymous...



Author: Viktorija Eksta Date: 2009-02-23

I am also concerned about such noticable difference in results. Credits alone could not be the reason, I think that the interpolated frame is the reason because the previous copy I used for work was downloaded on the internet as the record from the television screening.




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