It's Final Cut Pro, but not as we know it.
If you are going to submit films to festivals you may need to create a Digital Cinema Package. This video give you all you need to know. There's some useful links to free DCP software on this website.
Thank you for posting this walk-through. You saved us a ton of bucks. We got our short, 'Towed,' into a couple of fests in the States. We went with a "professional" DCP package here in Los Angeles and it looked good but we wanted to make some tweaks after seeing it on the big screen (mainly color-correction).We didn't want to shell out additional bucks for another DCP, so we're trying this route. Hopefully it will work. So far so good. Our next screening is at LA Shorts.Cheers!- Grant
I'm glad it helped. That was a long time ago now.Did you know you can create DCPs straight from Premiere now?Simple, easy and it works. I've tried and tested it.
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