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    Can a DCP (digital cinema package) be created with CS5?
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    The title says it all. Can a DCP (digital cinema package) be created with Adobe CS5?


     

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    Anyone?


     

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    No


     

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    I've checked out that page. I hate to ask, but all joking aside, does it come with instructions? Obviously I'm, (like probably a lot of people) new to creating a digital cinema package.


     

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    Look up EasyDCP. A little expensive, and even more expensive if you want KDM.


     

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    The wiki on the open dcp page explains a lot. You need Tiff source image sequences and it will create the appropriate JPEG2000 sequence. Choose your frame rate and other specifications it asks for and package it all together...seems decently straight forward.


     

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