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    Hi, Denialorcoped.



    Glad you found out that Wraptor was a DCP option. If you’re using any editing program with a Mac OS (Adobe, Avid, etc), you can get the Apple Compressor plugin and make a digital cinema package with Wraptor.

    We just released Wraptor 2.0 http://www.quvis.com/ and it gives you much better quality and security than you could get on BluRay or DVD – http://www.quvis.com/products/wraptor-2-0/enhance-security-optional-encryption/

    You mentioned DCP Dolby Format. I can see why that's confusing. There's really no such thing as DCP Dolby. DCP is a standardized file format that meets DCI specs, wiki has a good overview: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Cinema_Initiatives

    Does this answer your question?

    If you have any questions please send me an email. I can be reached at mweaver@quvis.com.

    Hope your showing went well, and hope we can be of some help to you.


    Thanks,
    Mary Weaver

    Administrator, QuVIS


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    Quote Originally Posted by Postmaster View Post
    Stupid thing is, the OP is already using Cineform - which is a wavelet/JPEG2000 based codec
    While cineform uses wavelets, it isn't the JPEG2000 version of wavelets. The cineform method has a way of doing
    intra-frames with wavelets and that's not JPEG2000. Similarly just because DVD and H264 use the discrete cosine transform,
    this does not mean that the file you pulled off youtube will play on your DVD player.


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