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Markymark7,334 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
Saw a trailer for BBC1's The Capture last night at the cinema. Never seen a BBC ad at the cinema before, perhaps I don't go to the cinema enough!?

Exactly the same as the trailer that they show on TV, noticeably poor quality (sandwiched between two ads that sparkled in native 4k)

I wonder what process was used to get it from 1080 25p to 'digital cinema'?
what238 posts since 11 Mar 2018
HTV West Points West
Saw a trailer for BBC1's The Capture last night at the cinema. Never seen a BBC ad at the cinema before, perhaps I don't go to the cinema enough!?

Exactly the same as the trailer that they show on TV, noticeably poor quality (sandwiched between two ads that sparkled in native 4k)

I wonder what process was used to get it from 1080 25p to 'digital cinema'?

It’s literally just uploading the video file to the projector.
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Technologist83 posts since 10 Oct 2018
London London
Not quite but the Digital Cinema Package SMPTE ST 249 is like AS11DPP "just" a wraping of MXF file essence.
So it's a relatively simple operation..
Except that the DCP video is J2K in XYZ space so transcode needed and the metadata set is different and technical ....
but there are many service providers who can do the transformation. ....
And there are a number if free converters or publish it from the grade ( whuch you would want to do in any case as it is TVs BT 709'colur space not films P3 .

You mind like to know that IMF which you may be using to create / package your film/ tv origranhe has a number of Codecs including ProRes ,,, See https://www.smpte.org/technical-specifications/tsp2121-app-dpp

On one could say that the theatrical trailer was just the sAme Compostion Play List CPL as the tv trailer but with a "DCP" output profile list OPL not an "AS11DPP " OPL.
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Jay Lee618 posts since 7 Apr 2015
London
No special ident used into Strictly.


I wouldn't expect anything less. BBC One and presentation seem to be completely divorced from one another these days. If only they took a leaf out of BBC Two's book.
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Critique3,192 posts since 9 Aug 2009
Anglia (East) Look East
Saw a trailer for BBC1's The Capture last night at the cinema. Never seen a BBC ad at the cinema before, perhaps I don't go to the cinema enough!?

Exactly the same as the trailer that they show on TV, noticeably poor quality (sandwiched between two ads that sparkled in native 4k)

I wonder what process was used to get it from 1080 25p to 'digital cinema'?


Definitely not the first time they've done this - I distinctly remember watching a trailer for Series 4 of modern Doctor Who in the cinema more than a decade ago!
623058: it just seems like your an mp3 whore
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noggin14,646 posts since 26 Jun 2001
Saw a trailer for BBC1's The Capture last night at the cinema. Never seen a BBC ad at the cinema before, perhaps I don't go to the cinema enough!?

Exactly the same as the trailer that they show on TV, noticeably poor quality (sandwiched between two ads that sparkled in native 4k)

I wonder what process was used to get it from 1080 25p to 'digital cinema'?


It may be that the original trail was in 576i25. BBC Creative still make BBC One and Two trails in SD I believe, or did when I last bothered to look at one critically on an HD channel.