DCP or Digital Cinema Package is the video file format used in cinemas. The first DCPs was made in the interop format which only supported 24 FPS and unencrypted subtitles. Today most Hollywood films are delivered in the new SMPTE format. It has support for Atmos sound, additional frame rates and encrypted subtitles. The equipment… Continue reading What is the DCP format?
When you export a video file from a Rec.709 2.4 gamma project in DaVinci Resolve 17.2, the film may look darker than the original in QuickTime player on macs and some other video players/web services. The video file will look the same as the original in Resolve, but QuickTime player does not recognize the 2.4… Continue reading Avoiding gamma shift when exporting from Resolve 17.2
With the Easydcp Plugin for Resolve (€949), you can export DCPs from Davinci Resolve and Davinci Resolve Studio. Only Resolve Studio support 4K timelines (4K DCI Flat 3996 x 2160, 4K DCI Scope 4096 x 1716.) You can also export DCPs using the built-in Kakadu JPEG2000/DCP encoder in Resolve 17.2 studio (€255). The Easydcp plugin… Continue reading Exporting a DCP in Resolve 17 Studio using the Easydcp Plugin