The SMPTE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition featured a number of new and emerging technologies including high frame rate recording and display.Â In particular, the session track entitled â€œHigher Frame Ratesâ€ featured theatrical display of several segments captured at 120 fps and higher.Â To meet this challenge, SMPTE Conference Co-Chair (and TMS Consulting President) Jim DeFilippis turned to colleague Brian Quandt and Stream In Cinema.
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â€œAutoDCP has taught me to expect instant gratification,â€ Jim said.Â â€œI once called annoyed that AutoDCP didnâ€™t always start jobs immediately. (Sometimes it would take a few extra minutes.) Â Right away, I got to talk to someone.Â And I found out they were already working on a new update to shave off those few extra minutes.Â Â Itâ€™s always amazing to see people like Brian who are listening to our industry and responding to our schedules.â€ Jim DeFillipis, SMPTE Conference Co-Chair