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With Qube technology, cinema-goers will get to enjoy stunning 2-D and 3-D experience that’s on par with Hollywood. Anti-piracy features, world class sound quality and global content availability characterise the latest cinematic system in Malaysia. It is the Qube Digital Cinema System which provides stunning 2-D and 3-D experience on the big screen. The Qube system, from the United States and widely used in India, reflects a passion for cinema and a thorough understanding of film, audio, video and computer technology. Besides superior image brightness, sharpness, colour range, contrast and sound, it saves cinematic costs of up to 60 per cent compared to conventional cinema.


Simplifying 4K Review for Postproduction with the Quad 3G Interface

IBC 2012, Hall 7 - stand 7.F45 Qube Cinema will show visitors to IBC how its Quad 3G interface for digital cinema projectors facilitates digital intermediate and D-cinema mastering workflows. The Qube Xi IMB can stream uncompressed 4K data, as well as compressed DCP images, directly to a projector through a 4K Xi Integrated Media Block (IMB) featuring the Quad 3G interface. Post facilities can now use the same server-projector setup for both HD-4K uncompressed color grading and 2K-4K digital cinema playback for comprehensive review and quality control.


Qube Digital Cinema System already adopted by 30 cinemas here and this could increase ten-fold

A NEW digital cinema mastering service from the United Kingdom, called Qube Digital Cinema System in two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) formats, has already been adopted by 30 cinemas in Malaysia and the expectations are that eventually up to 300 cinemas here will do so.
The system was officially launched on Tuesday at the National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (Finas) in Ampang, Selangor.

Distributed by D’Cinema Sdn Bhd and supported by Finas, the system comes with 5.1 Sound Digital Technology mastering facilities and offers products that are innovative, powerful, reliable and cost-effective for local producers and film-makers.


Qube Cinema Network today showcased the power of the cinema theatre as an advertising medium while conducting the draw for winners of the first ever SMS ad contest run on a cinema network.  Long neglected, with digitisation, the cinema theatres have now become a remotely addressable and accountable medium whose impact on the consumer has been proven to be over 8 times that of TV through international research.

The draw, selected by Parvathy Omanakuttan and Sudhanshu Pandey, stars of Billa 2, declared 5 winners from 18,000+ correct answers received to the Qube Cinema Network Audio contest from across Tamilnadu. The winners will receive the advertised 5.1 channel home theatre system each!


DCI-Compliant XP-D Server Provides Upgrade Options to Stereoscopic HFR 3D and 4K

Burbank, CA: June 19, 2012… Qube Cinema announced the release of version 3.0 server software for its digital cinema servers. The new digital cinema server software platform is used in both the Qube XP-I as well as the XP-D, which recently passed the DCI Compliance Test Plan (CTP).


Demonstrating Immediate Solutions for Exhibitors and Giant Screen Theaters

May 25, 2012… Qube Cinema will demo the high-frame-rate (HFR) and high-bit-rate (HBR) capabilities of the Qube XP-I server and Qube Xi Integrated Media Block (IMB) to the European audience at CineEurope, June 18-21 in Barcelona.

A single Qube XP-I server running a single DCP can now drive a combined 240 fps stereoscopic projection, sending 120 fps per eye to each of two Qube Xi IMBs in two projectors. With throughput to play back at 1,000 Mbps, a single Qube XP-I server is capable of multi-IMB sync, delivering 4K content to two Qube Xi IMBs in two projectors, with both images in perfect frame synchronization.


Qube Cinema will demonstrate the high-frame-rate (HFR) and high-bit-rate (HBR) capabilities of its Qube XP-I server and the assiciated Qube Xi Integrated Media Block (IMB) at CineEurope Booth 301 (June 18-21, 2012) in Barcelona, Spain.

A single Qube XP-I server playing a single DCP can now drive a combined 240 frames per second stereoscopic 3D projection, sending 120 fps to each eye through two Qube Xi IMBs installed in two projectors. With throughput to play back up to 1,000 Mbps, a single Qube XP-I server is capable of multi-media blocks sync, delivering 4K content to two Qube Xi IMBs in two projectors, with both images in perfect frame synchronisation.


New Technologies Represent Major Milestones in Digital Projection

Qube Cinema demonstrated a series of industry firsts at CinemaCon in Las Vegas recently, including multi-IMB sync, 3D projections running at 120 fps per eye (240 fps total), and a special demonstration of new laser projection technology from Barco.

On the show floor, Qube demonstrated multi-IMB synchronization, delivering 4K content from a single Qube XP-I server to two Qube Xi 4K Integrated Media Blocks (IMBs) in two Barco DP4K-32B projectors; both images were in perfect frame synchronization.


Streaming High Frame Rate Stereoscopic Content from One DCP to Dual Projectors

Today at CinemaCon, Qube Cinema demonstrated dual-projector 120 fps stereoscopic 3D playback during the Filmmaker’s Lunch with a panel that included Ang Lee and Martin Scorsese.

The demonstration used two stacked Barco projectors to show a combined 240 fps projection driven by a single Qube XP-I server sending 120 fps per eye to the Qube Xi IMBs in the two projectors. The demonstration featured test footage from the Fraunhofer Institute.