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Encrypted DCP Mastering
Encrypted DCP for delivery to Movie Transit and versioning at DCP labs.
Feature DCP Mastering
Source master can be Prores 422 HQ, TIFF RGB or XYZ DCDM image sequence, and other master video formats. Subtitles can be delivered in SRT and similar formats. Sound can be delivered in 5.1 24 bit 48 kHz mono or interleaved Wav files. Stereo tracks can be upconverted in Pro tools to 5.1.
Store DCPs and Prores on an SFTP server
Movie Transit transfer
Can send encrypted or non-encrypted DCPs via Unique Movie Transit to cinemas in Norway.
Convert films for film festivals.
Convert many stereo/5.1 Prores files to 5.1 DCPs for film festivals. I usually convert 20 films per festival.
Feature film DCP versioning
Versioning on feature films
Accept encrypted DCPs
Can add Logo reels to the start of DCPs
Change subtitles or audio language.
Make supplemental packages
Short film and commercials DCP conversions
Included optional stereo to 5.1 conversion in Pro Tools
Correct loudness for commercials
Prores for streaming
Prores files with 5.1 and stereo for streaming services
Can change loudness to meet specifications like EBU -23
Quality control of DCPs and Prores files
Quality control of DCPs.
Remastering of DCPs
DCP and prores trailer mastering and versioning.
Flat and Scope trailer.
Correct loudness on DCP and Web trailers
Can insert titles and graphics.
Can upload prores as the original file for better compression
Can also do “burn-in” of subtitles, watermark, and text like the name of a person.
Correct loudness for Vimeo
Password-protected links with/without download options.
Convert shooting script to subtitles
Convert to different subtitle specifications (Netflix)
Retiming. Can get subtitles frame accurate on silent movies with title cards.
Conversion from different formats to SRT or interop/SMPTE XML or other formats
Conversion between video file formats
Conversion between common video formats like Prores 4444 to an RGB DPX image sequence. From interlaced SD to progressive HD.