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    Image size in pixels for an 35mm output ?

    Hello (sorry for my english, french)

    Stupid question maybe : I want to render images for movie projection, 35 mm for example, what size, in pixels, is the best ?

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    Si vous allez dans Camera Properties il y a un menu deroulant qui indique les tailles pour les different types de pellicule 35 mm.

    If you go into Camera Properties there's a dropdown menu giving the various 35 mm film sizes.

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    That's a noob question it seems ^^. I choose real lens camera, dropdown menu choose a 35 mm size...but the render width and height, in pixels, stays 640X480, I can choose HDTV and I have 1920 etc ok or I can do it manually ok. The question is : what is the image size, in pixels, width and height, for a "super" rendering (if I want the result be seen in theaters !) Is it the most my computer can do or maybe there is a standard size for such "big" renders ?
    thx

    En fait, quelle est la taille des images en pixels pour un rendu destiné à etre projeté en salles. Admettons que le format choisi est le "panavision" (on peut rêver) je vais devoir choisir manuellement la taille en pixels de mes images. Ce seront j'imagine des images de grandes dimensions, plus que pour la HDTV... Y a t'il des tailles standard dans l'industrie pour les rendus 3D destinés au cinema ?

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    Frame Aspect Ratio can be either 1.85 with Pixel Aspect of 1.0
    In Pixels this is 2880 x 1556.

    or

    FAR can be 2.35 anamorphic with Pixel Aspect of 2.0.
    In pixels is 1828 x 1556

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    Quote Originally Posted by goligoli View Post
    ...Y a t'il des tailles standard dans l'industrie pour les rendus 3D destinés au cinema ?
    ouai absolument. d'abord, il faut utiliser le camara perspective, sous le menu "resolution" fait ton choix parmi les 35mm academy.

    bunch of different standards. first choose the perspective camera, then under resolution choose among the many 35mm academy options.
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