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the Snowman 3D) were released in 70mm IMAX prints; however, they were not subject to DMR processing. First DMR film to surpass both 180 and 190 minutes. The pre-show included a 'Cameras' version of the IMAX countdown.
Some titles such as Skyfall and Blade Runner 2049 have been displayed on IMAX screens but were not subject to DMR processing as Roger Deakins, the cinematographer on both films, did his own custom transfers on both films. (***) = Released in both IMAX Digital and IMAX 70mm. 24 minutes shorter than the 35mm version due to older IMAX equipment having platter size limits. For IMAX 70mm prints, the film was split into 2 parts due to platter size limits, with the first part running approximately 108 minutes and the second part running approximately 87 minutes with a 15-minute intermission in between. Released in 2D in North America and selected territories. Aspect ratio opened up to 1.90:1 for select sequences. Released in 2D in North America and selected territories.
- There is one shader for a certain type of spotlight that I have only been able to partially fix, but the effect is minor compared to what it started as, and does not occur very often. However, since 2002, some feature films shot with digital cameras or on regular 35mm film stock have undergone IMAX Digital Media Remastering (DMR) processing for showing both in 70mm IMAX theatres and in Digital IMAX theatres. First mainstream film to be shot in 5K and in 48 frames per second. 9 minute preview of Star Trek Into Darkness attached to IMAX Digital prints. The pre-show included a 'Cameras' version of the IMAX countdown. Aspect ratio opened up to 1.90:1 for the entire film.Several animated titles (Fantasia 2000, Beauty and the Beast, Treasure Planet, The Lion King, Falling in Love Again, Cyber World, Fly Me to the Moon 3D, and Santa vs. The pre-show included a special version of the IMAX countdown. First Hollywood feature film to be entirely shot with Arri Alexa IMAX cameras equipped with Panavision Sphero 65 & Ultra Panavision 70 lenses.In North America, the pre-show included the debut of a new intro, called “Infinite Worlds”, that replaced the countdown intro in some locations.The pre-show included a 'Cameras' version of the IMAX countdown in most locations.