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Qube introduces DCP preview app at CineEurope

June 21, 2013

Qube Cinema will introduce QubeMaster Preview, its standalone software application for previewing DCPs, at CineEurope in Barcelona, June 24-27. QubeMaster Preview allows DCPs, mastered from any source, to be viewed on a PC. Post-production studios, independent filmmakers and mastering facilities now have an affordable way to preview and QC their mastered DCPs.

QubeMaster Preview provides users of QubeMaster Xport and QubeMaster Xpress with a means to play back DCPs directly from their original location on the local drive, with a useful “ingest-in-place” option that removes the need to copy large media files multiple times. Preview can ingest a DCP along with its KDM and simulates digital cinema server playback of encrypted, non-encrypted and stereoscopic DCPs.

“Users were asking us for a simple and inexpensive way to preview mastered DCPs on their PCs,” said Eric Bergez, director of sales and marketing for Qube Cinema. “With QubeMaster Preview, clients can use a proven professional DCP QC player without having to purchase a complete mastering package or expensive DCI equipment.”

QubeMaster Preview is the latest addition to the QubeMaster family of digital-cinema mastering products, which includes: QubeMaster Pro, the comprehensive mastering system aimed at high-end post facilities and distribution service providers; QubeMaster Packager, for DCP ingest, preview, encryption and KDM generation; QubeMaster Xpress 2.0, the user-friendly standalone Windows-based DCP mastering application; and QubeMaster Xport 2.0 for Mac OS X users.

Visitors to CineEurope can see a demo of QubeMaster Preview at booth 301 by contacting Nigel Dennis at nigel@qubecinema.com or +44 208 1445661. QubeMaster Preview is available for demo and purchase by contacting sales@qubecinema.com. In North America, you can get more information about QubeMaster Preview, or any of Qube’s mastering products, by contacting Eric Bergez at 818-392-8155 or visit www.qubecinema.com.


Qube introduces DCP preview app at CineEurope

June 21, 2013

Qube Cinema will introduce QubeMaster Preview, its standalone software application for previewing DCPs, at CineEurope in Barcelona, June 24-27. QubeMaster Preview allows DCPs, mastered from any source, to be viewed on a PC. Post-production studios, independent filmmakers and mastering facilities now have an affordable way to preview and QC their mastered DCPs.

QubeMaster Preview provides users of QubeMaster Xport and QubeMaster Xpress with a means to play back DCPs directly from their original location on the local drive, with a useful “ingest-in-place” option that removes the need to copy large media files multiple times. Preview can ingest a DCP along with its KDM and simulates digital cinema server playback of encrypted, non-encrypted and stereoscopic DCPs.

“Users were asking us for a simple and inexpensive way to preview mastered DCPs on their PCs,” said Eric Bergez, director of sales and marketing for Qube Cinema. “With QubeMaster Preview, clients can use a proven professional DCP QC player without having to purchase a complete mastering package or expensive DCI equipment.”

QubeMaster Preview is the latest addition to the QubeMaster family of digital-cinema mastering products, which includes: QubeMaster Pro, the comprehensive mastering system aimed at high-end post facilities and distribution service providers; QubeMaster Packager, for DCP ingest, preview, encryption and KDM generation; QubeMaster Xpress 2.0, the user-friendly standalone Windows-based DCP mastering application; and QubeMaster Xport 2.0 for Mac OS X users.

Visitors to CineEurope can see a demo of QubeMaster Preview at booth 301 by contacting Nigel Dennis at nigel@qubecinema.com or +44 208 1445661. QubeMaster Preview is available for demo and purchase by contacting sales@qubecinema.com. In North America, you can get more information about QubeMaster Preview, or any of Qube’s mastering products, by contacting Eric Bergez at 818-392-8155 or visit www.qubecinema.com.

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