DCP-o-matic is a free, open-source program to create Digital Cinema Packages (DCPs) from videos, images and sound files. This means that you can make content to play on DCI-compliant cinema projectors.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic and is in use in 35 countries around the world.
22nd June 2015
14th June 2015
DCP-o-matic version 2 is now in beta test. Take a look if you are interested in giving it a spin.
10th June 2015Welcome also to the Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.
29th May 2015
15th May 2015
DCP-o-matic 1.79.0 was released.
Important notes for this release:
- Colour conversion presets have changed in this version. As a result, if you load films created by previous versions of DCP-o-matic they are likely to display their colour conversion as “Custom” since the conversion no longer matches any preset.
Changes in this version
- Updated ru_RU translation from Igor Voytovich.
- Updated fr_FR translation from Thierry Journet.
- Updated de_DE translation from Carsten Kurz.
- Hopefully fix crash on editing cinema preferences on Windows (#474).
- Various fixes to clumsiness of snapping in the timeline.
- Fixes for various random crashes on OS X.
- Fix for strange behaviour when using several pieces of image content in one film (#531).
- Fix for “file not found” errors at the end of encodes in some cases.
- Fix crash on pressing Ctrl+A in some cases (#525).
- Attempt to fix problems when sending KDM emails with non-Latin character sets (#549).
- Fix for missing audio channel checkboxes on initial display in the audio graph dialog (on OS X).
- Fix incorrect ISDCF name audio channel counts in some circumstances.
- Fix problems with audio analyses not appearing in some circumstances.
- Allow the correct transformation to be applied to Rec 709 sources when converting from YUV to RGB, and default to Rec 709 for colour conversions.
- Correct small and erroneous differences between the RGB->XYZ transform matrix for sRGB and Rec 709.
- Use a single file to store frame hashes (rather than one file per frame) speeding up copying or deletion of projects (#444).
- Better estimation of required disk space when the target filesystem does not support hard links (#511).
- Efficiency improvement when running on machines with many cores.
- Disable OK in the KDM certificate download dialogue until a download has succeeded (#404).
- Sort image files that are added in bulk so that they are added in a sensible order.
- Ignore image filenames which start with ._ to avoid errors when importing sequences of files that have been processed on OS X.
- Allow configuration of encryption key (#534).
- Define colour conversion to XYZ in terms of red/green/blue chromaticities and white point, rather than using a matrix.
- Allow adjustment of the white point when converting colour.
- Add a P3 colour conversion preset.
- Add a readout of the peak audio value (and time) (#557).
- Add an option to restore the default configuration.
- Add a simple content properties dialogue accessible by right-clicking on the content list.
Thanks to Dennis Couzin, Igor Voytovich, Thierry Journet and Carsten Kurz.
Three new supporters have been added since 1.78.0: thanks to Frechen-Film e.V., Adrian Manolescu and Raoul Walzer. Download it from here.