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07:35 Sep 11, 2006
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Cinema, Film, TV, Drama
English term or phrase: center-extracted
Dice:

One squeezed 19 x 9 master and a 4 x 3 center-extracted master...

Es algún tipo de grabación o cinta de grabación, no estoy seguro.

Gracias a tod@s.
Mitoazul
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5centrado
Coripheus
4recorte central
Rosie Shaddock


  

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recorte central


Explanation:
La traducción quedaría así:

"Un máster reducido/reconvertido de aspecto de imagen 19x9 y un máster de recorte central 4x3"

¡Ojalá te sirva!



    Reference: http://www.canal100.com.mx/telemundo/informes/?id_hoja=515
Rosie Shaddock
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centrado


Explanation:
Creo que la traducción más simple sería:
"Un máster reducido de 19 x 19 y un máster de 4 x 3 centrado "

"Center-extracted" implica que la imagen recortada y el original comparten el mismo punto central, de forma que sólo se pierden los bordes exteriores del original. Se usa, por ejemplo, al pasar películas de cinemascope (widescreen) a formato TV (full screen).

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