digitAll is a worldwide leading provider of best-of-breed technology for the cinema exhibition and automated-show markets. Our products support the most popular industry standards such as MPEG2, H.264/AVC, VC-1, AAC, HE-AAC, Dolby Digital and DCI’s DCP. The digitAll name and its products have become synonymous with quality, innovation, and cost-effectiveness in video & audio playback in the eCinema markets.

digitAll’s customers include larger cinema chains to smaller independents. From the US to India, digitAll is a leading supplier of cost saving technology for an industry doing digital.

digitAll is now a IP company that develops technologies which it licenses or partners with other larger organisations.  Direct to consumer sale are no longer our focus as we to focus on development and IP going forward.


Our Work Team

Martin Gardiner
Managing director – for over 15 years, Martin has undertaken extensive technological research and development into the various ways that digital systems could be implemented for cinema projection, and the possibilities of the creation of a digital cinema network to deliver and manage film and advertising content to cinemas. He has also established and/or run various businesses that have generated revenues through content distribution, advertising, and digital media equipment development and sales.

James Gardiner
Technical Director – James’ professional career has involved projects directly relevant to the use of digital technologies in the cinema industry specifically, the Kodak Cineon project. Running Act III and Planet X Studios production companies Developing digital production technologies specifically for the cinema advertising industries with MEG and Moonlight Advertising. Satellite delivery technologies with AccessOne-ISP. These roles and experience also led to the development of eCinema digital playback system and finally to DCN (Digital Cinema Network) were he was Technical head of a cinema integration company establishing the VPF for Australia and New Zealand and their transition into digital cinema.

Justin Royce