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.

It can take files in many different formats, including VOB (from DVDs), M2TS (from Blu-Ray), MP4, Apple ProRes, MOV, AVI, WMV, MKV, JPEG, PNG, TIFF and lots of others.

It will run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic and is in use in 33 countries around the world.

19th May 2015

Welcome to Kino Kosmos in Katowice, Poland — the newest addition to the users list and map.

15th May 2015

DCP-o-matic 1.79.0 was released.

Important notes for this release:

Changes in this version

Translation updates

Bug fixes


New features

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.

20th March 2015

DCP-o-matic 1.78.0 was released. This version includes:

Thanks to Carsten Kurz, Igor Voytovich, Christian Hove, Jose Angel Velasco Fernandez, Steve Smail, Markus Raab, Davide Sanvito, Thierry Journet and Manuel AC.

Six new supporters have been added since 1.77.0: thanks to Jose Angel Velasco Fernandez, Christopher Gray, Rui Pereira, Lawrence Towers, Frank Wenz and Roland Wirtz. Download it from here.

7th March 2015

As of version 2.2.0 the marvellous VLC can now play DCPs! I have been experimenting with it a little today on a i3 laptop, using:

vlc dcp:///path/to/DCP

and although the CPU can't keep up with the video, it does at least try. I'd be interested to hear of anyone else's experience.

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