Movie Audiences for Films to Expand with Film Codification Invention
The Motion Picture Codification By Frame is a film codification invention that will alter movies to suit all ratings.
“The filmed entertainment industry is worth $286 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. “This invention could blow the entire industry wide open as the audiences of each film increases by two to three times.”
“Most people enjoy watching entertainment such as films and TV shows,” says Jerry Shapiro, Senior Director of World Patent Marketing. “Unfortunately, not everyone can enjoy them as some films have content that is unsafe for kids. What this invention does is remove the unsafe content and create a more family-friendly movie.”
Film Codification Invention Makes Every Movie Watchable by All Audiences
The Motion Picture Codification By Frame is an invention with a design to make every movie watchable by all audiences. Every movie falls into one of a few ratings based on the content present in the film. However, the basis of this rating is on a scene or two rather than the whole movie. A generally safe movie can be pushed to a higher rating due to a single curse word, thus limiting its audience. Thus, this invention idea creates multiple versions of each movie and its scenes to make them appropriate for all audiences. A movie with a particularly violent scene will remain intact in an R-rated version. That same movie will have a G-rated version with the violent scene removed or altered to make it suitable for kids.
Hence, this invention will greatly expand audiences for every film. Now, younger children will be able to watch movies they were previously not able to.
“An Idea to expand the movie business and viewership exponentially by empowering viewers to choose what their family watches,” says inventor Dilbagh S. “This invention is a paradigm shift that will appeal to people from all walks of life by building confidence and removing a sense of fear and anxiety about the contents of a digital media/movie. This would create a huge business opportunity for the motion picture, software, and digital media companies across the globe.”
Finally, Motion Picture Codification By Frame is a prototype invention to expand the film industry and enjoyment of potential audiences.