Thanks to the Carrboro Film Festival and Local FilmTalk on TriangleLiveTV, my presentation “DCP 101” was recorded with my slides integrated. Everything you want to know about the basics of DCPs and what you should think about BEFORE shooting your film.
No matter if you shot you project on film or digital, the best way for your audience to see and hear your films is on DCP. Unless you are Christopher Nolan and get 15/70mm prints specially struck for quality, almost all studio prints are printed on very cheap stock with poor color and dynamic range that get scratched, dusty and worn. And DCP is much high quality then even blu-ray and blow DVD out of the water.
DCP, it’s the way it’s meant to be:
Just completed a rush job for WaterWalk trailer. Looks like an interesting project.
This is the DCP currently in the pipeline. Doing a 2K Scope 5.1 Surround version – scope is widescreen. Check out the trailer: