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Digital film processing involves frequency conversions between frames (the audio timing component). The software may have picked up the time synchronization of the image file and performed some "spooky" logic to generate some of the imagery and gotten confused in the process. But it's been awhile since I performed ASCII image file processing in binary. "...


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Yikes! I don't know if I have my old Kodak film documentation, but one reason peroxide would not have been chosen was it's reactivity- it decomposes too fast to be useful for manufacturing. Add in heavy metal contamination and certain explosive concerns, it would never have made it out of the gate at Kodak. The bleaching process is just that, though- the ...


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