In addition to Doremi Qalif – which is designed for quick adjustment and full calibration of the entire chain of digital projection – the manufacturer will showcase Dimension-3D, enabling any 3D standard to be converted to any other (including frame-rate conversion).
Doremi Qalif not only provides precision checks of focus, but many other parameters as well, including colorimetry and uniformity. The system includes a digital stills camera connected via Wi-Fi to a PC in the projection room, and the whole set-up can be run by just one trained operator controlling and adjusting the projector. Step-by-step guided calibration software allows quick and easy implementation and measurement, with only three stills shots required for a complete evaluation of the projector’s performance.
Doremi will also highlight Dimension-3D, which offers flexible 3D conversion, enabling any 3D standard to be converted to any other (including frame-rate conversion). Supporting single- and dual-stream HD-SDI, and HDMI input/output, all video formats are accepted, from HD to 2K. By encoding and decoding between the two left-eye and right-eye streams, and a single-stream HD-SDI, Dimension-3D allows the recording of 3D content on standard server hardware or HD cassettes.
Among other developments, Doremi will showcase its digital cinema CineAsset-Pro Version 4.8.1 mastering software, the Nugget-Pro HD player, and the DSV-J2 JPEG2000 and MPEG2 MXF playback server for large screens.