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As seen on DCinemaToday.com, Dec10, 2013
XP-D and XP-I D-Cinema Servers Integrate New Cinema Audio Format
Qube Cinema has been licensed to support Dolby® Atmos™ playback in its servers. The Qube XP-D and XP-I digital cinema servers are the first in the Qube server line to be evaluated to support Dolby Atmos playback with software updates expected to be available in early 2014. Dolby Atmos unleashes the potential of sound in storytelling by giving filmmakers the ability to precisely place or move sounds anywhere in the movie theatre, even overhead, to create the most engaging cinematic experience ever.
As seen on DCinemaToday.com Buenos Aires, Argentina—Dec 3, 2013
XP-D Digital Cinema Servers and QubeMaster Pro Mastering Software Sales in Five Countries
Qube Cinema has sold its digital cinema servers and DCP mastering software to Cinecolor postproduction facilities in five Latin American countries. Each of the Cinecolor post houses – in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Mexico and Columbia – now has a Qube XP-D server in its screening room for QC of its DCPs. Cinecolor Argentina and Columbia also use QubeMaster Pro for mastering DCPs. The DCP mastering and QC equipment enable Cinecolor to meet the growing demand for digital cinema postproduction services in Latin America.
XP-I Server and Xi Integrated Media Blocks to Deliver Content to Laser and Xenon 4K Projectors
Qube Cinema will provide its True 4K 3D™ system to help power a series of laser projection demonstrations being shown by Laser Light Engines (LLE) the week of November 11 in Burbank. The Qube Cinema XP-I server and dual Xi integrated media blocks (IMBs) will deliver 3D 4K content to the latest laser projection technology from LLE. Industry attendees will see how laser-illuminated cinema projection, run from a single server to dual IMBs, will improve 2D and 3D exhibition.
Qube Cinema converts first single screen in North India to 4K digital.
Real Image Media Technologies Pvt Ltd is pleased to announce the successful installation of Qube Cinema 4K 3D systems at Lucknow’s Novelty Talkies, the first single screen in North India. Novelty Talkies is the premium single screen in all of Uttar Pradesh, offering audiences in the area a quality movie-viewing experience, with large screens and digital surround sound.
The deal will double the number of screens in India that feature the immersive sound format.
As seen on Hollywood Reporter
Dolby Laboratories and Real Image Media Technologies -- one of India’s leading digital cinema integrators and technology providers -- announced in Mumbai Monday that Real Image will purchase a minimum of 50 Dolby Atmos cinema processors for installation in India and South Asia.
Introduced in April 2012, the Dolby Atmos sound system places or moves specific sounds anywhere in the movie theater -- not just where speakers are installed -- resulting in an immersive cinema sound experience. The system is being employed for next-generation cinema sound by major studios, directors, sound designers and exhibitors.
Empowering Post Houses with Fast, Powerful, Do-It-All DCP Software
IBC 2013, Hall 7 – stand 7.F45
Amsterdam, Holland: Sept. 11, 2013… Qube Cinema continues to see high volume sales of the QubeMaster Pro digital cinema package (DCP) encoding software to postproduction facilities throughout Europe. These sales consolidate Qube’s position in the DCP encoding and packaging market on the continent. Post houses, from the UK to Moscow, and from the Baltic to Romania, now have a fast, easy-to-use way to master DCPs for feature film and other digital content.
As seen on DCinemaToday.com , Aug 1, 2013
Bringing High Frame Rate 3D Movies to the Largest Screen in SW Ohio
Qube Cinema has once again partnered with D3D Cinema to install its single-server True 4K 3DTM system, this time at the newly renovated Air Force Museum Theater (AFMT) in Dayton, Ohio. The museum has upgraded from 15/70 film projection to the Qube XP-I server and dual Xi 4K Integrated Media Blocks (IMBs) and is the fifth giant screen installation in North America to use this Qube system.
Visitors to the world’s largest and oldest military aviation museum can now enjoy stunning True 4K 3D digital imagery on the giant screen from a system that is much easier to operate than the 70 mm film setup the museum used previously.
Qube Cinema partnered with Moving Image Technologies (MiT) to provide multiscreen projection of synchronized digital cinema content in Hall H at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Visitors to this marquee event saw digital presentations on four screens, simultaneously projected from five synchronized DLP projectors, all powered by the Qube XP-I server and Xi Integrated Media Blocks (IMBs). Organizers of large events now have a way of synchronizing multiple DCI compliant Series 2 projectors, while maintaining the stringent DCI security requirements that content owners demand.
Demonstrating Standalone Software for Preview and Quality Control of DCPs
Qube Cinema will introduce QubeMaster Preview, its standalone software application for previewing DCPs, at CineEurope in Barcelona, June 24-27. QubeMaster Preview allows DCPs, mastered from any source, to be viewed on a PC.
Postproduction studios, independent filmmakers and mastering facilities now have an affordable way to preview and QC their mastered DCPs.
Digital Cinema Manufacturer Establishes Technical Support Presence for Cinema Owners
Melbourne, Australia: May 7, 2013. . . Qube Cinema announced the appointment of Lewis Thorne as their official Level 2 technical support specialist for Australia and New Zealand. Thorne brings many years of experience in the digital cinema industry to his new position, strengthening Qube’s presence in the region. Users of Qube Cinema’s digital cinema servers, Integrated Media Blocks (IMBs), and postproduction mastering and distribution products now have full local technical support.