This is part two of our three part instructional video series about creating a Digital Cinema Package, a file format and collection of digital files for storing and conveying Digital Cinema audio, image and data streams for playback on theatrical projector systems. UCF Film Grad Student Max Rousseau provides an overview of the technology and specifications, and begins the process of creating a DCP for his feature length film Pembroke Circle.

This section covers creating a TIFF image sequence, and splitting the audio channels of your digital master file into separate sound files. To download OpenDCP, the freeware used in this tutorial, go to

Part 1 of 3: Overview & DCI Conversions [ ]
Part 3 of 3: Creating Your DCP in OpenDCP [ ]

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