The platform that the movie is made on is also known as the main layout of the movie, or main floor. If a movie is being made on the 16:9 format, then the main floor will be taller than the picture that has been shown on the smaller, more popular widescreen format. In a sense, these bigger format screens will be taller than the picture of the movie is because they show a smaller image than the widescreen version. In order to make the picture look the same as the widescreen format would, the filmmakers will use the option of switching between the two formats.
It doesn't matter what format it is, but it does make a difference. Each format has its own advantages and disadvantages. For example, a picture on the smaller widescreen format will look more lifelike on the small screen, but it takes more time to make it look the same. If a big screen version is used, then the picture will look much better, but it may take a few minutes longer to make it look as good as the smaller format would. The smallest format will be able to show a sharper picture and a picture that's clearer, but it takes much longer to make the picture look as good as the other format would.
On the other hand, a picture that's being shown on a smaller screen would be closer to the actual screen size, which means that the movie will run faster and smoother. The viewers are always thinking about the picture, so the picture will automatically take into account the size of the screen when a picture is being shown. Also, when the picture is moving, the viewers will be able to see more clearly because the picture's movement is easier to make out.
When making a movie, the director may choose to make a movie on the main stage. However, when editing the movie, the director should always keep in mind that the main stage is not the preferred option. For the editing process, the editor will make use of the second stage, where they can switch back and forth between the two formats.
The second stage will consist of the largest projection screen, which is usually the standard one. This is usually the projector that are usually used in cinema, but it also happens to be the stage that is going to be used for the editing process. There are times when two people will use the same screen, but it will still look very different when they switch from one format to another.
The problem with standard video projectors is that it makes a difference between the widescreen and the small format. In fact, this platform has become outdated since there are now standard DVD players that do not need the use of an additional stage. With this said, there is also the fear that the platform will become obsolete since many movies are being made to show on the larger format now. If this happens, the platforms will simply become something that was once considered to be quite a new innovation.
Despite of the issues that the platform has in common with digital technology, it will never be out-dated just because of that. The smaller format would have already been too big to fit on the screen, but thanks to the invention of the digital technology, it will soon be replaced. However, the biggest advantage of the digital format will be that it will only consume the power that is necessary for it to work. There will also be no loss of picture quality when using it, so it will be able to keep up with the demands of modern technology.
By having the platform used in the movie, the film will be able to reach out to the widest audience possible. By using the stage for editing, the movie will still look its best even if it was done on a smaller size. The digital platforms are here to stay, so it won't be long before the next generation will be using them.