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ADI tech designed into Doremi digital movie systems

Posted: 04 Jul 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:JPEG2000? video compression? ADI? Analog Devices? ADV202?

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) announced that its JPEG2000 video compression chip, the ADV202, has been designed into the digital cinema movie mastering systems and playback servers of Doremi Labs, a developer and manufacturer of video disk recorders and video servers for the professional video and audio markets.

The Doremi DCP-2000 digital cinema server and the DMS-2000 digital mastering station are said to be capable of encoding and playing back digital movies at up to 250Mbps. Doremi's DCP-2000 are currently installed and playing DCI moviesincluding releases such as "The Da Vinci Code," "Ice Age II " and "Cars"in over 500 commercial theatres in the United States.

The DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) standards consortium comprises of seven motion picture studios: Disney, Fox, MGM, Paramount, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Universal and Warner Bros. Studios. The group formally adopted JPEG2000 in 2004 as the standard format for digital delivery of its motion pictures.

The video compression chip enables the DCP-2000 server to decode and play back movies. It also helps to enable the DMS-2000 to compress 2K and 4K DCI movies, the resolution specifications supported by the DCI-JPEG2000 standard.

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? ADV202 JPEG 2000 Video CODEC Passives - Filters, Oscillators and Resonators



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