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    I bet the answer is no, but can RED RAY play DCP's? I recall hearing that it can play one or two formats other than .RED
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    No DCP.

    There was originally supposed to be a REDRAY PRO unit that would also support DCP and other forthcoming cinema distribution formats in addition to .RED. It seems to have dissipated into vaporware oblivion.
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    That's what I thought Jeff. Man, that would have been PERFECT for some applications!
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    What's up with redray anyway? How many shipped, how are people using them?
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    I've got a big Pelican case with a 4k display and Redray... we can turn footage around and play it for customers same day - for the sort of work we do (Engineering) it's VERY useful. The only thing that would be better is if I had a 4k projector. I think in the big scheme of things it's a dead end... but a useful one.
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    +1 ... DCP playback would be very useful
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    You could just download Peter Wimmer's stereoscopic player for €39 - it can play unencrypted DCPs.

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