Digital Cinema Naming Convention

Appendix #3a

 

Labeling 3D Product 

3D features often have both 2D and 3D versions.  3D features will also have both 2D and 3D trailers even if the feature doesn't have a 2D version.  This can be confusing since the feature title will often have "3D" in the title.  (Example: JAWS-3D.)

 

Do not include "3D" in the Title Field unless "3D" is part of the movie's title.  If the DCP is 3D, this is noted in the Content Type field as a modifier and at the end of the name in the Standard field:

 

     MovieTitle_FTR-3D_F_EN-XX_US_51-EN_2K_ST_20070115_FAC_IOP-3D_OV


 

General Rules:

 

1)  If the movie is in 3D, "-3D" should appear in the Content Type field, and also in the Standard field after "IOP" or "SMPTE".

 

2)  If the movie is in 2D, it is not necessary to include "2D" in the Content Type field; it will just be assumed.

 

3)  If the movie is in 3D, it will have both 3D and 2D trailers that need to be differentiated, so "2D" must appear in the Content Type field for the 2D trailer..

 

4)  If (and only if) the Movie Title has "3D" in it, then 3D should still appear in the Movie Title field:  "StepUp3D".