Eng. Mohamed El-Deeb, who is the owner of the idea of coloring ancient Egyptian films, said that last year he began coloring “black and white” films, pointing out that he holds a doctorate in industrial intelligence and computer science, and using what he studied in the idea of treating old films.
Eng. Muhammad al-Deeb explained during his interview on Al-Youm Al-Sabea TV that his studies of artificial intelligence and computer science helped him a lot in the success of coloring old films, indicating that the coloring of a black and white film depends on several factors, most notably the quality of the film, which is an important factor in the success of the coloring, explaining that the film Each contains about 2000 images and takes about 3 weeks to color.
Engineer Mohamed El-Deeb, the owner of the idea of coloring ancient Egyptian films, pointed out that coloring historical films is the most difficult work, especially as they have a special atmosphere and a special environment in which they were filmed, saying: “There are historical Egyptian films that we faced difficulties in converting them from black and white, especially since the costumes of the artists in them were Of a different character. “
In response to the question of the first Egyptian film that he converted from black and white to color, Eng. Mohamed El-Deeb said: “Ghazal Banat was the first film that I converted from black to color, because I know that people love Laila Murad, and then I colored it more than once.” To that there are people who rejected the idea of coloring black and white films because they like this type of movies, and in the end I respect their opinion.