MTG Create Digital Cinema Packages with Make DCP service in Norway

Create Digital Cinema Packages with Make DCP service in Norway.

The cost to encode a 90-minute feature DCP begins at $540.

Short films under 30 minutes can be encoded starting at $150

Make DCP service offers the tools and expertise to ensure your film is mastered with confidence, whether you're planning a film festival run or distributing your movie to theaters nationwide. Using visually-lossless JPEG-2000 compression, Digital Cinema Packages (DCPs) display each frame of your film with crystal-clear clarity in the highest digital screening resolutions available today. DCP is the standard format accepted worldwide for digital movie distribution and projection.

Frequently Asked Questions


How can I deliver my master?

You can upload all materials to our server.

You can provide a link for us to download your materials.

You can send a disk with your materials by post.

How can I obtain a DCP?

We can send a link for you or the festivals to download the completed DCP.

We can prepare a USB drive for cinema servers and send it by post.

We can copy it onto a regular disk and send it by post.

Technical requirements

What format should the master be in?

The master should be in the following formats:

Format: 2K Flat, 2K Scope

Aspect Ratio: 1.85, 2.39

Pixel Dimensions: 1998×1080, 2048×858

Frame Rate: 23.98, 24, 25

Color Space: DCI P3, XYZ, Rec709

Codec: TIFF, DPX, ProRes 4444, DNxHR 444

Audio: WAV, 24 bit, 48 kHz (A 5.1 surround mix separate audio tracks as clearly labeled mono WAV files)

Subtitles: SRT format (We recommend using subtitles burned into your image when possible, particularly for festival exhibitions.)

What should I do if the master format does not match?

Moviestime is a full-cycle Digital Imaging Laboratory that is engaged in film production. Therefore, our engineers are always ready to offer solutions for any possible situations.

It is highly recommended that you test your DCP (Digital Cinema Package) at the venue where it will be shown prior to any screening. Film festivals typically conduct such tests beforehand, and in some cases, if you rent a theatrical venue, you may be able to conduct a brief test of your content in advance without incurring any extra costs.