Overall, NeoDCP is an extremely impressive software DCP player. It offers a significant amount of control over the picture, sound, and other technical aspects typically hidden by most media players at a price that is extremely competitive, if not destructive to its more well-known competition.
It is now possible to provide a 2K and 4K DCP player entirely in software running on even low end personal computers. This is rather remarkable, in that only a few years ago, best efforts on a mid to high end personal computer struggled to exceed about four frames per second of 2K DCP content. Since then, software and methods have obviously improved, and now, high frame rate display is within reach. The focus of late has been to provide robust 4K playback on reasonably cost effective hardware. With QuVIS DCP Player 2.3 this can be done on 4 core 8 thread computers, which puts a consumer 4K DCP player within reach. QuVIS currently offers the DCP Player 2.3 software for Linux, MacOS and Windows platforms. This software can provide robust full band playback of 2K and 4K DCPs in software on current laptops and higher end systems. It can provide preview playback on lower end systems at reduced bandwidth. DCP Player 2.3 is also available integrated with hardware as the Ovation III. 1e1e36bf2d