Yes I just got a DCP made for a short film (11 min 32 seconds) from
Digital Cinema Services
office: 323.460.4649 | mobile: 405.642.4025
6860 Lexington Ave, Hollywood, CA 90038
I got a discount because they were offering everyone who was screening at IFFLA
(Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles) a discount. If I recall correctly I paid
$150 for the first copy and then $30 for additional copies (which was basically
the cost of the flash drive).
> On Jun 24, 2015, at 7:10 AM, Nan Wang <wangnan20...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Shumona:
> I did it once for a film festival. and it works.
> you can try to use the software open DCP:
> After you install the software you can follow the instruction tutorial:
> Part 1: https://vimeo.com/69174836
> Part 2: https://vimeo.com/69174837
> Part 3: https://vimeo.com/69176054
> Only problem will be that it is impossible for embed subtitles into the DCP
> if you don't need subtitles, it will be perfect to use open DCP. The software
> is free.
> also you will need a good usb stick for the DCP, and a Linux computer to put
> the package to the usb stick.
> because almost all the cinema computer is Linux system. anyway, if you know
> anyone geeky enough to have a linux system installed it will be easier to ask
> them to help after the DCP package is ready.
> good luck!
> website: http://nanwang.org/
> mobile: 0619520888
> email: wangnan20...@gmail.com
>> On 24 June 2015 at 12:10, Shumona Goel <shumonag...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Frameworks,
>> Has anyone made a DCP of a short film? If you would be willing to share
>> details about the process, please email me: shumonag...@gmail.com
>> Thanks in advance for your help!
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