Welcome to DigiCine!

If you’re a movie exhibitor, interested in how software solutions can improve your operational efficiencies or reduce costs, then you’ve come to the right place.

Our objective is to bring together a number little-known cost effective solutions from third parties around the world, augmented by some of our products and put together in one easy to find place.

We are experts in providing solutions to movie exhibitors and digital cinema deployment entities. Working collaboratively with our clients, we help you achieve your objectives, through the provision of software, consulting and support services.

We have something of interest for

  • Theatre Owners
  • Theatre Operations Managers
  • Projectionists
  • Exhibition Film Buyers
  • Exhibition Accounting Teams
  • Booking & Buying Agencies
  • Network Operations Centers (NOCs)

Please reach out to us and tell us what your operational pains are, we love to help you find the right solution.

Some of the more common issues we have resolved are listed below, feel free to reach our solutions team if you have experienced any of these.

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Question: Existing hardware being outpaced by standards?

Digital Cinema is constantly progressing, new immersive sound options, the entry of laser projectors, and now new potentially disruptive LED technology poised to be introduced to the market.  You invested in digital cinema equipment which is still viable for years to come.  Do you really want to replace those Series 1 projectors providing value in your cinema?

Are there some benefits to being able to defer expensive projector decisions until the market offerings are more clearly understood?

What if we could extend the life of that Series 1 projector?

 

To address this, we’ve launched our new media player backward compatible with Series 1 projectors. The DigiCine solution brings the functionality of features such as advanced integration with TMS, SMPTE DCP, and ATMOS support with your existing projector to your current Series 1 systems.  With a DCI compliant solution, this will now extend the life of the estimated 17,000 plus Series 1 projectors in the field today.

Media Player

Question: Complex and limited Point of Sales (PoS) Systems?

Movie Exhibitors are looking at ways that technology can help them reduce their operating costs or release their people to do more ‘value-add’ activities.

In respect of Point of Sale (PoS), what we hear are comments like:

  • The annual maintenance fees are high
  • Every time I want to add functionality, we need to buy a new license and our support costs go up.
  • It’s costly to switch solutions
  • I want to get actionable insight from that data we capture to improve our business
  • Why do I have to manually enter movie titles, can’t we get an automated feed?

Get in touch to find out how we can help on these and other operational issues affecting your business

Point of Sales System

Specialist ticketing and event management software

Admit One Modules

Question: Is technology adding value by lowering labor costs with projector operations?

Movie Exhibitors are looking at ways that technology can help them reduce their operating costs or release their people to do more ‘value-add’ activities.

What we hear are comments like:

  • My existing TMS is too manual… There must be a more automated system out there?
  • My staff needs to spend less time in the booth and more time creating a great guest experience.
  • I wish I could see all of my theaters in one place
  • I keep getting threatening letters from NATO and Studios saying “SMPTE Content is Coming, be prepared or you won’t get the content anymore.” What do I do? I need the content to keep up with the giant multi-plex across town.
  • Is there a way to ingest all my in-theater advertising from a somewhere and pay someone else to manage it?
Theater Command Center

Question: Is technology lowering enterprise-wide redundant operational tasks?

Movie Exhibitors are looking at ways that technology can help them reduce their operating costs or release their people to do more ‘value-add’ activities.

What we hear are comments like:

  • My existing TMS is too manual… There must be a more automated system out there?
  • My staff needs to spend less time in the booth and more time creating a great guest experience.
  • I wish I could see all of my theaters in one place
  • I keep getting threatening letters from NATO and Studios saying “SMPTE Content is Coming, be prepared or you won’t get the content anymore.” What do I do? I need the content to keep up with the giant multi-plex across town.
  • Is there a way to ingest all my in-theater advertising from a somewhere and pay someone else to manage it?
Enterprise Web

Question: Lacking box office standardization and insights?

We see that the processes used by the film buyer haven’t changed that much despite the advances in technology.  Manual records don’t lend themselves to being analyzed and Excel isn’t the greatest tool for producing an audit trail.  With ever changing film terms across a circuit, there must be a better way.

What we hear are comments like:

  • My film buyer used to do all the bookings on paper. He’s now retired and we need a more efficient way to manage our circuit.
  • I use Excel for bookings and accounting
  • I want to use SWIFT but also want to be able to audit my box office first.
  • I need a more efficient way to update ever-changing film terms across my circuit.
Exhibitor Management System