It will run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic.
21st July 2014Ubuntu 13.10 reached end-of-life on July 17th, so I plan to stop offering downloads of DCP-o-matic for this version. If this causes you problems, please get in touch.
7th July 2014I just added the Grandview Theatre in Columbus, Ohio to the users' list. Hello!
1st July 2014
DCP-o-matic 1.72.0 was released. This release includes:
- Fix crash on analysing audio with resampled content.
- Potential improvements in encoding speed, especially on fast clients.
- Allow specification of video frame rate for cases where content headers are read incorrectly.
- Support different KDM formulations: Modified Transitional 1, DCP any and DCP specific.
26th June 2014
DCP-o-matic 1.70.0 was released. This version includes:
- Updates to the de_DE translation from Carsten Kurz.
- A fairly big code rearrangement to improve speed of encoding of DCPs from sets of images.
- Improvements to the KDM dialog which now takes CPLs rather than DCPs. It also allows you to specify any CPL to generate a KDM for.
- Improvements to the timeline dialog when dragging content over other content.
- Various fixes to uses of separate audio files with accompanying non-standard frame rate video; video rates are now derived from simultaneous video sources.
- New "scale to fit width" and "scale to fit height" options to adjust scaling and cropping of a source to fit the DCP's container.
- Use the ISCDF DCP naming contention version 9.
- Some fixes to audio analyses when channel mappings are changed.
- Fix to linkage of command line tools on OS X.
- Fix to crash when the timeline window is opened when there is no content.
- Fixes for crashes when using sources with more than 8 audio channels.
- Fix for bug where video would not be re-made if subtitles were turned on.
- Speculative fix for completely broken DCP XML files in some locales.
- Possible fix for missing bits at the end of FFmpeg content with negative start times.
- Option to allow any DCP frame rate, not just the ‘approved’ ones.
- Audio gain can be specified in fractional dBs
- Work-around out-of-memory crash when using large start trims
- Fix incorrect labels for some audio channels in some locales.
- Add slightly better and more configurable logging.