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The previous chapters showed DCP generation using the default settings. DCP-o-matic offers a range of features to adjust the content that goes into your DCP, and this chapter describes those features in detail.
At the top of the Content tab is a list of the content that will go into our DCP. There can be as many pieces of content as you like, and they can be of the following types:
To add one or more movie, sound, still-image or subtitle files, select Add file(s)... and choose them from the selector.
DCP-o-matic will automatically map a set of audio files to the correct channels if you include appropriate ‘tags’ in your filenames, as shown in Table 6.1, “Audio file naming”.
Table 6.1. Audio file naming
|film-Lfe.wav my_movie_Lfe_final.wav||LFE (sub)|
|film-Ls.wav my_movie_Ls_final.wav||Left surround|
|film-Rs.wav my_movie_Rs_final.wav||Right surround|
To add a directory (folder) of images, choose Add folder... and choose the directory from the selector. DCP-o-matic will open a small dialogue box where you can enter the frame rate that the image sequence should be run at.
To add a DCP, choose Add DCP... and choose the DCP's directory from the selector.
You can remove a piece of content by clicking on its name and then clicking the Remove button.