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Qube Cinema XP-I Server and Xi 4K Integrated

December 10, 2012, 09:07 PM


Burbank, CA: Dec. 11, 2012… Qube Cinema announced that its XP-I digital cinema server and Xi 4K Integrated Media Block (IMB) have passed the DCI Compliance Test Plan (CTP). The high performance, security and reliability of the XP-I and Xi IMB have been confirmed by these tests. This server-IMB combination accommodates 4K resolution and is the ultimate setup for high frame rate (HFR) exhibition, making it essential for today’s digital cinema.

Weekend Reads - 12-2-12

December 2, 2012, 11:53 AM


Quick Avid Tip: Display your UNC File Path in the bin!Trick for overcoming Avid's inability to display a UNC path in projects that are not 24p.IRE and VoltageUseful information about PAL voltage levels vs NTSC IRE.Geometry PaneWhat the different options in Compressor's Geometry pane do.Radeon HD 7000 series support in 10.8.3 beta points to new Mac ProThere are many speculative posts around the web on the demise or resurgence of the Mac Pro.

Gearing up for Blackmagic with SSD dock

November 27, 2012, 02:57 PM


One of the nice things about the Blackmagic Cinema Camera taking forever to ship is that it's allowed me time to slowly acquire the additional tech that this beast requires to run. The big one, of course, is SSD drives.

#blackmagic#hard drive#hd#camera#cinema
Setting Standards for High Frame Rate PT 2

November 9, 2012, 06:57 PM


As part of our ongoing look at the future of HFR production and exhibition, we spoke with Michael Karagosian, co-chair of SMPTE's High Frame Rate Study Group, about his thoughts on 3D, digital cinema and HFR. As filmmakers push the limits of technology to deliver a more impactive storytelling experience, SMPTE seeks to understand and codify HFR standards, from camera capture to the silver screen.

#high frame rate#standards#cinema

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