November 21, 2014
By Shaun Gah
CAMBRIDGE, UK – One of the oldest and most prestigious film facilities in Poland, WFDiF (Wytwórnia Filmów Dokumentalnych i Fabularnych – the Documentary and Feature Film Production Company) has installed a CEDAR Cambridge system in its newly-restoration,created film sound restoration studio.
“A few years ago, we started to restore documentary and feature films that have been produced since the 1950s by the WFDiF. During these processes, both the audio and video are digitised and restored to deliver perfectly clean picture and sound, free from clicks, pops, buzz, hiss and other types of noise. Furthermore, sound can be remastered in our dubbing theatre and optimised to create digital cinema packages”, says sound restoration engineer Pawel JaÅºwiecki M.P.S.E.