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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000725||DCP-o-matic||[All Projects] Features||public||2015-10-26 11:03||2017-09-11 21:38|
|Target Version||2.12.0||Fixed in Version|
|Description||A demo DCP is here|
and also Carsten forwarded one from Harold but its 9GB.
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|Estimated work required||Average|
What do we do with this? :)
I can see dark-green subtitles in DCP-o-matic ver.2.4.12 at top-right corner.
||The main thing is to support creation of DCPs with CCAP and this DCP shows what needs to be done. It would be nice if everything worked on import too.|
I believe that the link for the demo DCP in the Description section is wrong. It goes to a non-link.
Since the DCP changes from time to time, the best link is:
Furthermore, there is another ISDCF document that has a few subtle points to make in the use of Closed Captions
ISDCF Document 10 - Subtitles and Captions in Digital Cinema at:
We should probably dig up some sites with CCAP hardware for testing. I am pretty sure Harold Hallikainen would also look over some test files.
||@carl: basics are in libdcp git and ccap branch. First major difficulty is that DCP could have both subtitle & ccap, and the metadata format can't cope as all the tags for video/audio/subtitle are dumped into one parent.|
||@carl: perhaps this should be treated using subtitle streams; i.e. FFmpeg and DCP have multiple streams and we have a subtitle stream and a CCAP one.|
|2015-10-26 11:03||carl||New Issue|
|2015-10-26 11:51||Igor.Voyt||Note Added: 0000921|
|2015-10-26 12:02||carl||Note Added: 0000922|
|2015-10-30 13:25||carl||Priority||normal => low|
|2015-10-30 13:25||carl||Status||new => confirmed|
|2015-11-05 14:28||carl||Note Added: 0000956|
|2017-09-03 21:46||carl||Target Version||=> 2.12.0|
|2017-09-04 02:38||IntMarine||Note Added: 0001810|
|2017-09-04 12:07||Carsten||Note Added: 0001811|
|2017-09-04 12:54||carl||Description Updated||View Revisions|
|2017-09-04 23:44||carl||Note Added: 0001812|
|2017-09-11 21:38||carl||Note Added: 0001819|