Qube News

Real Image Media Technologies installs 4K systems for Novelty Talkies, Aliganj

Qube Cinema converts first single screen in North India to 4K digital.

Real Image Media Technologies Pvt Ltd is pleased to announce the successful installation of Qube Cinema 4K 3D systems at Lucknow’s Novelty Talkies, the first single screen in North India. Novelty Talkies is the premium single screen in all of Uttar Pradesh, offering audiences in the area a quality movie-viewing experience, with large screens and digital surround sound.

Dolby, India's Real Image Pact for 50 Dolby Atmos Screens

The deal will double the number of screens in India that feature the immersive sound format.

As seen on Hollywood Reporter

Dolby Laboratories and Real Image Media Technologies -- one of India’s leading digital cinema integrators and technology providers -- announced in Mumbai Monday that Real Image will purchase a minimum of 50 Dolby Atmos cinema processors for installation in India and South Asia.

Qube Cinema Sees Expanded Sales of QubeMaster Pro to Postproduction Facilities Across Europe

Empowering Post Houses with Fast, Powerful, Do-It-All DCP Software

IBC 2013, Hall 7 – stand 7.F45

Amsterdam, Holland: Sept. 11, 2013… Qube Cinema continues to see high volume sales of the QubeMaster Pro digital cinema package (DCP) encoding software to postproduction facilities throughout Europe. These sales consolidate Qube’s position in the DCP encoding and packaging market on the continent. Post houses, from the UK to Moscow, and from the Baltic to Romania, now have a fast, easy-to-use way to master DCPs for feature film and other digital content.

Qube Cinema True 4K 3D System Installed for Giant Screen at Air Force Museum Theater

As seen on DCinemaToday.com , Aug 1, 2013

Bringing High Frame Rate 3D Movies to the Largest Screen in SW Ohio

Qube Cinema has once again partnered with D3D Cinema to install its single-server True 4K 3DTM system, this time at the newly renovated Air Force Museum Theater (AFMT) in Dayton, Ohio. The museum has upgraded from 15/70 film projection to the Qube XP-I server and dual Xi 4K Integrated Media Blocks (IMBs) and is the fifth giant screen installation in North America to use this Qube system.

Qube Cinema Partners with MiT for Projection at Comic-Con

As seen on DCinemaToday.com, July 29, 2013

Qube Cinema to Release QubeMaster Preview at CineEurope 2013

Demonstrating Standalone Software for Preview and Quality Control of DCPs

Qube Cinema will introduce QubeMaster Preview, its standalone software application for previewing DCPs, at CineEurope in Barcelona, June 24-27. QubeMaster Preview allows DCPs, mastered from any source, to be viewed on a PC.

Postproduction studios, independent filmmakers and mastering facilities now have an affordable way to preview and QC their mastered DCPs.

Qube converts 28 screens to digital

As seen on India Blooms News Service

Real Image Media Technologies Pvt Ltd, a leader in media technology, announced the successful installation of Qube Cinema 4K systems at 3 screens owned by Wave Cinemas.

Through this new partnership with Wave Cinemas, 28 screens have been converted to digital with Qube Cinema. Wave Cinemas now boasts 10 E-cinema screens and 15 2K screens in addition to the 3 4K screens, across Noida, Rajouri Gardens, Moradabad, Ludhiana, Lucknow, Kaushambi and Haridwar.

Real Image Media Technologies and Barco Further Strengthen Partnership in India

Deployment of over 3,000 DCI-certified projectors scheduled over the next three years

Real Image Media Technologies (RIMT) has recently entered into a strategic partnership with Barco in India. The first 700 units are scheduled for installation during the first year, with deliveries starting in May 2013. Over the next three years, 3,000 DCI-compliant Barco projectors are expected to be deployed in theaters across India.

Big Talk with Senthil Kumar

As seen on pulse72plus.com, April 13, 2013

The old-world charm of conventional film making is fast being replaced by digital filmmaking. One of the many advocates at the helm of this change, Mr.Senthil Kumar, co-founder QUBE Cinema, an REC Alumnus, speaks with us about QUBE, Pulse 72+ and why digital filmmaking is the next best thing.

1. I know you run a digital based enterprise. But 5 quick reasons why digital filmmaking over conventional film?

Digitizing Films

As seen on www.timesofindia.com | Apr 10, 2013

Senthil Kumar brought his first computer into India, hiding it in a microwave oven. Those were the days when "bringing in computers was a sin" .

He was just out of college and was tinkering around with computers, and had set up the first studio that ran computer graphics in Chennai.