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QuVIS releases new player for Digital Cinema Packages

June 24, 2013

QuVIS announced the release of their Digital Cinema Package (DCP) Player software, allowing film producers and post-production houses to view DCPs on their Apple Mac workstations.

According to Kenbe Goertzen, QuVIS chief technology officer, “The entire DCP can now be easily previewed as many times as needed during post-production. The Player offers excellent color representation on computer monitors and attached displays, and is a high-quality, affordable solution.”

Viewing of DCPs has always been a problem for budget-minded independent film producers. Prior to the release of the Player, viewing the digital film required a trip to the local cinema, and often a $500+ fee. They now have an affordable, convenient way to generate a DCP with QuVIS Wraptor software and do preview and quality-assurance viewing of the full-length digital film on their workstation, utilizing the same digital-cinema format required for big-screen theatrical presentation.


QuVIS releases new player for Digital Cinema Packages

June 24, 2013

QuVIS announced the release of their Digital Cinema Package (DCP) Player software, allowing film producers and post-production houses to view DCPs on their Apple Mac workstations.

According to Kenbe Goertzen, QuVIS chief technology officer, “The entire DCP can now be easily previewed as many times as needed during post-production. The Player offers excellent color representation on computer monitors and attached displays, and is a high-quality, affordable solution.”

Viewing of DCPs has always been a problem for budget-minded independent film producers. Prior to the release of the Player, viewing the digital film required a trip to the local cinema, and often a $500+ fee. They now have an affordable, convenient way to generate a DCP with QuVIS Wraptor software and do preview and quality-assurance viewing of the full-length digital film on their workstation, utilizing the same digital-cinema format required for big-screen theatrical presentation.

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