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ISO/IEC 15444-1:2000 JPEG 2000 Image Coding System
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Sep 12, 2008
QuVIS Releases DCP Authoring Capability for Final Cut Studio
Mar 4, 2008
intoPIX announces a real-time JPEG 2000 4K Encoder at ShoWest 2008
Sep 10, 2007
Dolby SCC2000 Secure Content Creator Streamlines JPEG 2000 Digital Cinema Mastering in Europe
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) announced today at IBC that its Dolby® SCC2000 Secure Content Creator has been installed in a number of mastering facilities across Europe. Among the installations are Framestore CFC in the United Kingdom, Grid VFX and nWave Pictures in Belgium, SamFilm Group in Iceland and Nedci Pro in the Netherlands.
Jun 21, 2007
XDC Presents Advanced JPEG2000 Digital Cinema Server at Cinema Expo 2007
Mar 12, 2007
Technicolor Digital Cinema Selects Dolby Digital Cinema JPEG 2000 Systems for Its North American Beta Test and
Kinepolis Deployments in Europe
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) today announced that Technicolor Digital Cinema, part of the Services division of Thomson (Euronext 18453; NYSE: TMS) today announced that Technicolor Digital Cinema has ordered 190 Dolby® Digital Cinema JPEG 2000 systems, and will deploy 60 units for its North American digital cinema beta test, and 130 with Belgium-based Kinepolis Group, one of Europe’s largest theatre circuits.
Feb 21, 2007
intoPIX success leads to office move
Jan 16, 2007
Barco Silex presents JPEG2000 encoder core optimized for digital cinema & broadcasting
Barco Silex, Barco's center of competence for electronic design services and Intellectual Property, has presented a new JPEG2000 encoding core, targeting single-chip FPGAs or ASICs for use in digital cinema and broadcasting applications.
Jan 11, 2007
Qube Cinema and Christie Digital Systems Help Bollywood Blaze New Digital Cinema Frontier
Christie, a major provider of visual solutions for entertainment, business and industry, and Qube Cinema, Inc., a leading provider of end to end digital cinema solutions, announced that acclaimed writer-director Mani Ratnam’s much-anticipated feature film, “Guru”, starring Bollywood’s most celebrated actress, Aishwarya Rai, will have its world premiere in Toronto today at the Elgin Theatre Centre. The film will be screened on a Christie CP2000-X DLP Cinema projector and an XP-D Cinema Server from Qube Cinema a subsidiary of Real Image Media Technologies, an India-based leader in the media and entertainment markets. The event represents a major coup for the Canadian exhibition industry as Bollywood continues to develop into a major international force.
Dec 14, 2006
Dolby Introduces Advanced JPEG 2000 Digital Cinema Mastering Solution
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) announced today that its Dolby® SCC2000 Secure Content Creator, a scalable mastering solution for JPEG 2000 digital cinema compression, encoding, packaging, and encryption, will be accessible by postproduction facilities, laboratories, and exhibitors. The Dolby SCC2000 features many of the same tools used by the Dolby Production Services Group to master over 50 digital cinema titles for major Hollywood and international studios. The unit will be offered as part of a complete equipment rental, training, and support package.
Jun 27, 2006
Qube Cinema, Inc. Adds DCI-JPEG2000 Capability to Multi-Format Digital Cinema Platform
Qube Cinema, Inc. today announced support for DCI-specified JPEG2000. The multi-format Qube XP digital cinema server now addresses both present and future exhibition requirements, including such formats as MPEG-2, VC1, H.264, and JPEG2000. "Qube Cinema is a very versatile platform," said Rajesh Ramachandran, VP of Technology for Qube Cinema, Inc. "We are committed to providing complete multi-format solutions for the digital cinema marketplace. The availability of JPEG2000 on this platform exemplifies our commitment."
Jun 5, 2006
Arts Alliance Media Announces the Upgrade of 50 UK Screens to JPEG2000 Compatibility
Arts Alliance Media (AAM), Europe’s leading provider of digital film distribution services, has reached another European digital cinema milestone with the announcement that all 50 QuVIS servers installed as Phase 1 of the UK Film Council’s Digital Screen Network (DSN) have been upgraded to be JPEG2000 compatible.
May 17, 2006
Doremi's Mastering Station Produces the First 4k Commercial Releases for the Da Vinci Code and RV Movies
May 2, 2006
QuVIS Cinema Systems In Asia Now JPEG2000 Enabled
Apr 17, 2006
QuVIS to Preview the Future of Digital Cinema at NAB 2006
Apr 4, 2006
As a leading service provider, XDC is offering today a new
option for JPEG 2000 systems alongside its MXF Interop MPEG2 servers.
Mar 22, 2006
Latest Movie Releases Benefit from Doremi's JPEG2000 Constant Quality VBR Hardware Encoder
Mar 15, 2006
DTS INTRODUCES THE ADVANCED DTS DIGITAL CINEMA ENCODER™
Mar 13, 2006
MikroM announces an new integrated decoder solution for Digital Cinema
Mar 11, 2006
intoPIX technology selected by MikroM for its Digital Cinema product
Mar 8, 2006
Kodak to introduce new flexible digital cinema player
Mar 8, 2006
IntoPIX introduces a single chip FPGA JPEG2000 solution for Digital Cinema.
Feb 10, 2006
First JPEG2000 commercial release in continental Europe
Feb 9, 2006
Arts Alliance Media leads the way for digital cinema in Europe by holding first commercial JPEG2000 screening on QuVIS Cinema Player
Arts Alliance Media, Europe’s leading digital cinema company, has screened Disney’s latest release ‘Chicken Little’ in JPEG2000 compression format, using MXF packaging and security keys in a format recommended by the Hollywood studios as the standard for digital cinema. The screening, held at City Screen York, was played from a QuVIS Cinema Player and marks a significant milestone in the adoption of digital cinema in Europe, as the first commercial screening to be compatible with recommendations of the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative).
Feb 8, 2006
First European feature film encoded, packaged and encrypted in DCI compliant
Feb 1, 2006
Dolby Digital Cinema Forges Industry First with Dual JPEG 2000 and MPEG
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) announced
today its enhanced Dolby® Digital Cinema system with support for both JPEG 2000
and MPEG (MPEG-2) file formats. Hailed as an industry first, the Dolby Digital
Cinema system allows exhibitors to play back future JPEG 2000–encoded content
while fulfilling the current need to present movies and alternative content in
the MPEG format.
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