Design at the Speed of Thought

Design technically-perfect media rooms and home cinemas - all in mere minutes.

TCD Training

This free, online course examines the process of designing a small cinema using TCD from uploading room details to choosing seating locations and equipment, as well as the output options for design documentation and system descriptions. These aspects will help ensure your designs are accurate, professional in presentation, and quick to achieve.

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Discover what makes TCD the most powerful cinema design tool available.

PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS

Professionally-presented documentation including photo-quality renders, audio and video calibration reports, and detailed design parameters and calculations.

D-TOOLS INTEGRATION

Export your design to calculate pricing, tax, required labor, and associated costs; including the ability to import your design's 3D CAD drawings into Visio.

IMMERSIVE AUDIO

Confidently design technically-accurate, immersive audio home cinemas with up to 32 channels, using any of the current immersive audio formats.

Brands

  • Sawan Nichani

    Macbee
    I was amazed at how fast and efficient this design tool is.
  • Stuart Burgess

    Just Add Popcorn
    To say it’s quick, easy, and accurate is not doing the software justice. TCD is now our go-to software when designing our cinema and media rooms.
  • Peter Aylett

    Archimedia

    This will go a very long way to raising the standard of private cinemas everywhere. Everything The CEDIA Designer does are things that previously we’d have to do longhand, that would take us a very, very long time. The nice thing about TCD is that, as you spec different products, you can see, almost in real time, exactly the different levels of performance that those different products will give you.

  • David Graham

    Grahams Hi-Fi
    TCD is a great value and can save hours of time on a single project.

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