It will run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic.
28th September 2014The Kookaburra Outdoor Cinema in Mundaring, Western Australia has just been added as the 100th user on the users' list. It's nice to have you all! If you use DCP-o-matic and would like to be added to the list, please get in touch.
29th August 2014
DCP-o-matic 1.73.0 was released.
This version includes:
- Fix for unexpectedly lost bits of content (10 minutes from the end of files, for example)
- Updated de_DE translation from Carsten Kurz.
- Updated fr_FR translation from Grégoire Ausina.
- Fix buggy trimming of content when overriding its detected frame rate.
- Fix various strange behaviours with translation of the KDM email in preferences.
- Fix missing translations of some UI parts.
- Fix to fetching of Doremi certificates with imb- filename prefixes.
- Hopefully fix random crashes (especially during encoding) on certain versions of OS X.
- The optional <Hash> tags are now written to CPL files to try and make Technicolor happy.
- A new ‘default scaling’ option in preferences.
- Allow changing of timing properties for many pieces of content at the same time.
- Add KDM email BCC option.
Thanks to Carsten Kurz, Grégoire Ausina, Will Meadows and Jamie Rokovetsky. Download it from here.
19th August 2014
Over the weekend, a set of 8 short films from the 2013 Aesthetica Short Film Festival was shown in 25 Picturehouse Cinemas across the UK. The DCP for the screening was encoded with our very own DCP-o-matic.