Hyderabad, Mar 26 (UNI) Real Image Media Technologies (RIMT), India's leading developer and provider of Digital Media Technology in the film, video and audio domain, today announced that all cinemas equipped with its Qube Digital Cinema System within the country were being enhanced to include the highest level of anti-piracy measures.
Utilising security concepts and solutions designed by the Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI), a body formed by major Hollywood studios for the D-Cinema market, RIMT had improved the capabilities of its successful Qube Cinema System to serve the non-Hollywood E-cinema market, a release here said.
Qube E-cinema systems were already installed in over 500 screens across India and had been adopted by several key companies, including E-City, Pyramid Saimira, Cinemata Entertainment and Shree Venkatesh Films.
RIMT Co-founder and Director Senthil Kumar said ''we believe that the rollout of these powerful new anti-piracy security features will ensure that we are able to prevent any illegal exploitation of content and can correctly identify any defaulter. This will be a great advantage for our huge industry that is facing tremendous losses due to illegal copies in the market.'' UNI VA BJR BD155