Doremi Cinema becomes the first server manufacturer to pass the Compliance Test Plan (CTP) with an Integrated Media Block for use in a DLP Cinema® Series II projector.
Doremi Cinema is pleased to confirm its principal role in the evolution of the Digital Cinema industry by passing the Compliance Test Plan (CTP) and presenting the first commercially available, DCI compliant Integrated Media Block (IMB) to be used in a DLP Cinema® Series II projector.
The DCI standard was created by the Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC (DCI) to maintain specific criteria for the digital cinema industry such as high quality image, interoperability and content security. The Compliance Test Plan (CTP) was created by DCI as a uniform testing procedure for these standards. CineCert is the third part testing facility licensed by DCI to administer the testing procedures defined in the Compliance Test Plan (CTP) in the United States.
“The team at DLP Cinema congratulates Doremi on this milestone,” said Dave Duncan, manager of DLP Cinema for Texas Instruments. “We have had a long partnership with Doremi and value their commitment to excellence in the cinema industry.”
“Passing the CTP was unquestionably a challenge. We allotted vast engineering resources over the last year to guarantee that our promises to the industry and our customers were achieved,” states Michael Archer, VP of Digital Cinema at Doremi. “Attaining DCI compliance is mandatory for any server manufacturer wanting to play in the digital cinema space. With the studios pushing for compliant equipment, Doremi is once again ensuring their customers are not at risk within a VPF agreement when it comes to DCI compliant IMBs.”With product lines covering playback servers, mastering stations, alternative content and access products, DCI compliance endorses Doremi’s unparalleled server technology and emphasizes Doremi’s position as a pioneer accustomed to taking the first steps into the ever advancing industry.