• Formats: DPX, TIFF, QuickTime ProRes, ProRes444, 10bit Uncompressed, etc.
• Resolutions: 2048×1080, 1998×1080, 1920×1080, 2048×858, 4096×2160, 4096×1716, 3996×2160
• Frame rate: The final product is a 24 fps DCP so this is the optimal frame rate; other speeds can be converted at an extra cost.
24 bit, 48 kHz, mono or 5.1-es (L, R, C, Lfe, Ls, Rs channels)
What materials can be used for a DCP?
Can a DCP contain multiple audio/subtitle tracks?
Yes and this is what we recommend to our partners. Having multiple audio/subtitle tracks in one DCP is the most cost effective solution.
Can a 25 fps DCP be produced?
Although the standard enables us to produce 25 fps DCPs, a number of movie theater chains, including Cinema City do not buy 25 fps DCPs as some of their servers can’t play it.