Excerpt from Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, Vol. 47: July, 1946
Introduction. - A splice is a little thing; and being little, it has been given but little attention. If we are to take heed of the advice of our Scotch friends, we must remember that many a ... mickle makes a muckle and pay more attention to our splices.
Before World War II, little was published upon the subject of 16-mm splices. They were discussed in the Standards Committee of our Society, but the subject matter was then, as now, considered rather dull and of interest to only a very small group that was faced with splicing problems and was forced through circumstances to do something about them. But the volume of 16 mm has grown from a mere trickle of release prints to an imposing volume of some 400 million linear feet more or less, manufactured in the last year. This volume is now too large to be ignored; the problem of splicing 16 mm is now going to affect too many people with many diverse interests.
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