>As I understand it, the AVID version is low quality and only used for
>editing. The AVID then produces a data file containing all the
>timecodes, which is sent to a film processing facility along with the
>footage for automatic assembly.
That's correct. My suspicion is that when they did the auto-assembly for the
PAL wide versions, the computer got a timecode wrong and glitched the "teacup"
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