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    I can't comment on REDs manufacturing or delivery situation, but my question is, will this projector be DCI compliant regarding DRM ?
    I wonder which market this device is aimed for - does it include commercial theatres ?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco Schult View Post
    I can't comment on REDs manufacturing or delivery situation, but my question is, will this projector be DCI compliant regarding DRM ?
    I wonder which market this device is aimed for - does it include commercial theatres ?
    I wouldn't hold your breath for a response on this... just too early for them to release that kind of info imho
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    Very interesting piece in Daily Variety this week on the scramble to develop digital laser-driven 4K projectors for theaters. The big companies like Barco and Christie (and even Kodak) are saying it's still 2 years away. I'd love to see Red prove them wrong.
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    Let's get this out asap since isn't it next on The Roadmap . . . then we get Dragon, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocco Schult View Post
    I can't comment on REDs manufacturing or delivery situation, but my question is, will this projector be DCI compliant regarding DRM ?
    I wonder which market this device is aimed for - does it include commercial theatres ?
    The answer is yes, from what has been said here. There is a professional-grade projector being designed for digital cinema installations and post-production work, followed by a consumer-grade projector for 4K home theater use.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wielage View Post
    Very interesting piece in Daily Variety this week on the scramble to develop digital laser-driven 4K projectors for theaters. The big companies like Barco and Christie (and even Kodak) are saying it's still 2 years away. I'd love to see Red prove them wrong.
    Already did... :)
     

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