FAQs – DCP Creation

What type of storage is used for distribution of a DCP?

We can provide and highly recommend the use of a Linux formatted CRU drive, which are designed specifically for digital cinema. CRU drives are the world-wide standard for DCP, and are the preference of digital cinema projections.

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What is KDM encryption?

KDM (Key Delivery Message) encryption is a tool used in the industry to curb piracy of films. When a DCP is created serve, it can be encrypted in such a way that it can only be played on a specific playback r at a set time. A KDM “key” is sent to the theater on [...]

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What is a DCP?

In short, a Digital Cinema Package (DCP) is a specially prepared collection of video, audio, subtitles and data used specifically for Digital Cinema. DCP is the standard to create versions of a feature or short that are compatible with cinema digital playback systems, and also adds optional encryption via a KDM key (Key Delivery Message) to combat [...]

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