Yes it is the intent to be able to connect a standard DCP server as an input to the REDray laser projector.
It's great to have a new distribution Codec, and even better when it's low bitrate. But how does it compare to DCP?
I was very sceptical when R3D was announced and the bitrate RED was proclaiming. And the result was/is amaizing. Hope the new codec has the same magic in it.
Does the Projector have any connectors for use with any standard DCP servers?
However as the RED RAY codec is so efficient, in our opinion you'll get comparable image quality and significantly better specs - meaning frame size x max frame rate x stereo presentation - from the internal REDray player.
Absolutely. That's the REDray Player product as opposed to the REDray Projector product.Is the redray system going to be available seperately from the laser, and will there be a cheap player only version and software encode for presentation systems, or internet viewing? I'm talking low budget here, and the opportunity as a consumer viewing platform. I'm interested in it's use in kiosk applications.
Kiosk applications are a perfect fit for that.
It all sound fantastic... Quick Q is it possible to sync multiple players together?
Yes you can also do that.
Each REDray player can drive up to four 1080p displays in perfect sync, and because it can accept a standard tri-level sync signal, multiple players can be synced together for large scale video walls.
When Can We order one REDRay 18' edition ???
2012 i get it. That so cool. But which month? :) Can't wait!!
On the REDray Projector yes it can do that It has an HDMI input for that specific purpose.A related question, just because I haven't seen it asked yet.....
How about content going the other way? Will it upscale 1080p to 4k? Or will we need something else for upscaling normal TV/blu-ray movie input?
Also both REDray Player and REDray projector can decode and then upscale 720p and 1080p .MP4 videos to 4K.
(i.e. dual codec support, for legacy compression format compatibly)
BTW... while we can upscale 1080P content to play, it looks just like you would expect.
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