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identifying mark left by part of an animal's anatomy. The print left by the nasolabial plane is sometimes used as an identification.
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The digital release print represents a cost saving for the distributor because it is easier and cheaper to release multiple versions of a digital print, in comparison to subtitling a film print: "if a caption is printed directly on the film print, then the film print is no longer useful for non-caption showings.
As Cohen points out, "distributors want a single standard, not a repeat of the release print digital sound rollout, when competing proprietary formats forced studios to produce prints in three or more versions".
Once the distribution chain has become completely digital there will be no need for the 35mm release print, which forms the bulk of film stock manufacturers' trade, and therefore little or no commercial incentive to manufacture 35mm film stock at all.
However, the 35mm release print is big business for film stock manufacturers and "whilst the actual sales figures remain trade secrets, it is fairly safe to assume that the bulk of their trade comes from 35mm release prints, not origination stock" (Crofts, "Digital Decay" 24).
Technicolor provided a near record volume of theatrical release prints for The Dark Knight from the company's worldwide locations.
Soon, Theobald will release prints from her portraits of coastal churches, pieces that will provide lasting keepsakes for weddings, christenings, and other family events.
Soon it was making release prints for Universal Pictures and doing more television work for new Canadian production companies like the emerging Atlantis.
Users can more quickly identify and select the function necessary to copy, scan or release prints with nQueue's iA Print Anywhere.
Gone are the days of "bicycling" first release prints.