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  1. Unsure if this is the right place, please move if necessary. This is a long shot, but: might anyone here know what sort of tech was used to accomplish this look? (film stills below)

    For context, this is "Guadalcanel Requiem" by Nam June Paik from 1977-79. Any help/tips are greatly appreciated.

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    My educated guesses at a glance...

    1. Some kind of edge enhancement.

    2. Color inversion and then embossing.

    3. "Solarizing" (threshold-based inversion) along with reduced color pallette, also some edge effect similar to #1.

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    Something like this was used for that kind of video graphics:
    https://youtu.be/0wxc3mKqKTk
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