It will run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic.
4th April 2014Frédéricq Bianchet has made use of DCP-o-matic to encode his new documentary film “Vive la Récré (Playground Style)”. Look out for it in a cinema near you! A trailer (subtitled in English from the French soundtrack) is linked from here.
9th March 2014
DCP-o-matic 1.66.0 was released. This release features:
- A fix for incorrect audio plots with multi-stream files.
- A fix for incorrect display of video with the "no-scale" option.
- A fix for a regression in the handling of "no-stretch" video under crop.
Thanks to Markus Raab. Download it from here.
5th March 2014
DCP-o-matic 1.65.0 was released.
This version includes:
- Updates to the it_IT translation from William Fanelli.
- Basic support for 7.1/HI/VI audio tracks.
- Add support for no-scale of the input video.
- Update FFmpeg library version to fix incorrect frame rates with some source files.
- Fix for failure to open sound files with non-ASCII filenames.
- Fix missing RMS plots in the audio analyser.
- Fix incorrect rounding of timecodes in some cases.
- Speculative fix to stop OS X sleeping during DCP encodes.
- Use the correct timecode separator for frames (: rather than .)
- Fixes to some errors in the XML for Interop DCPs.
- Be more careful with catching exceptions from the KDM creation code.
- Fix for a crash on trying to seek when there is missing content.
- Some fixes for crashes under low-memory conditions.
- Centos 6.5 RPMs.
- Fix another repeated exception from the server-finding code.
- Fixes to strange behaviour of the colour conversion dialogue under OS X.
Thanks to William Fanelli, Ivan Pullman, lukegb and Adam Colt. Download it from here.
5th March 2014
The late lamented DVD-o-matic (and DCP-o-matic) has been mentioned in a nice article by Paul Willmott (of Saffron Screen) in the March issue of Cinema Technology Magazine. Anyone can read it provided they sign up first. Thanks Paul!