Digital Cinema Initiatives

DCI SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR DIGITAL CINEMA

DCI Specification, Version 1.2 with Errata as of 30 August 2012 Incorporated

 

Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC (DCI) has adopted a revised Version 1.2 of its Digital Cinema System Specification with errata as of 30 August 2012 incorporated.

The new DCI Specification, Version 1.2 with Errata as of 30 August 2012 Incorporated, dated 10 October 2012, incorporates the 96 erratum previously released for Version 1.2 of the DCI Specification that was dated 7 March 2008. With the integration of these errata into the body of the Specification, readers will now be able to use the Specification without having to cross-reference to these 96 errata.

Future errata will modify the DCI Specification, Version 1.2 with Errata as of 30 August 2012 Incorporated.

Click here for:
Digital Cinema System Specification Version 1.2 with Errata as of 30 August 2012 Incorporated, dated 10 October 2012 (PDF)

Click here for:
Digital Cinema Object-Based Audio Addendum, dated September 9, 2013 (PDF)

Click here for:
DCI Stereoscopic Digital Cinema Addendum, Version 1.0, dated July 11, 2007 (PDF)


 

ERRATA TO DCI DIGITAL CINEMA SYSTEM SPECIFICATION
VERSION 1.2 WITH ERRATA AS OF 30 AUGUST 2012 INCORPORATED

Errata items continue to be evaluated and will be posted after agreement by the DCI membership that the specific erratum needs to modify the DCI Digital Cinema System Specification, Version 1.2 With Errata As Of 30 August 2012 Incorporated. Suggested Erratum issues may be emailed to dci.info@dcimovies.com. Please include "Errata" in the subject line.

DCI SPECIFICATION ERRATA LISTING -- 21 AUGUST 2013

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ERRATA TO DCI DIGITAL CINEMA SYSTEM SPECIFICATION
VERSION 1.2 WITH ERRATA AS OF 30 AUGUST 2012 INCORPORATED
Erratum Spec. 1.2
with Errata
Incorporated
Page No.
Section(s) Affected Description

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26

Section
3.3.3

Section 3.3.3 is replaced in its entirety with the following:

3.3.3. Channel Labeling and Channel Routing

Channel labeling indicates where an audio channel is to be reproduced in an auditorium. Channel routing is the process of using these labels to direct each audio channel to the Media Block output that corresponds to the intended loudspeaker or device.

The playback device is required to perform channel routing.

The channel labels and schema in SMPTE ST 429-2 "D-Cinema Packaging-DCP Operational Constraints" shall be utilized.

2

100

Section
9.4.3.5

The following sentence is added to the end of item #5 (i.e., below "b. Audio - Process..."):

The SM shall prevent playout of encrypted content for which the image and sound integrity pack metadata is not present per the requirements of Section 5.3.2.1.