The DCinema Compliance Project

Digital Cinema Compliance was well thought out from the beginning. Early SMPTE meetings in the late 1990's started setting up committees that later broke the project into different sections. When it became obvious that the task was in need of testing that the volunteer groups couldn't handle, the major studios stepped in with a way to accommodate that, the genesis of active DCI involvement. Eventually all of this effort has turned into dozens of SMPTE Standards and Recommended Practices.

Most of these have to do with getting equipment made and installed that meet a certain statndard.

What we are involved with is Post Installation Compliance: How to keep a cinema working in best form, in all its various guises. Here are a few:

In our view, we see:

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