It will run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic.
21st April 2014
Ubuntu 13.04 reached end-of-life on 27th January 2014. I've removed the builds of DCP-o-matic for 13.04 from the downloads page.
Please let me know if that is a big problem.
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.