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.
DCP-o-matic is a renamed and updated version of DVD-o-matic and is in use in 46 countries around the world.
Fri Feb 12 00:13:14 2016
Rename SubRip -> TextSubtitle.
Thu Feb 11 17:48:36 2016
Remove unused file.
Wed Feb 10 14:26:31 2016
New name for boost thread DLL.
Wed Feb 10 12:58:32 2016
Fix Windows build with newer boost.
Tue Feb 9 23:06:46 2016
Fix non-use of LUFS stuff due to error in waf configuration stage.
Tue Feb 9 22:19:36 2016
Hopefully fix OS X build.
Tue Feb 9 10:19:42 2016
Updated es_ES translation from Manuel AC.
Tue Feb 9 00:25:20 2016
Tue Feb 9 00:15:31 2016
Fix crash when a frame being deinterleaved has fewer audio channels than its stream; I'm not sure why this happens but the file that triggered this commit was stereo AC3 and the crash happened when (embedded) subtitles were enabled and the file seek was seeked randomly. There were frame-sync errors from FFmpeg around the crash.
Mon Feb 8 21:01:11 2016
Don't try to copy non-existant wxstd.mo files.
Mon Feb 8 13:18:32 2016
Fri Feb 5 18:46:09 2016
Another try at fixing Arch build.
Fri Feb 5 18:19:28 2016
Attempt to fix build on Arch.
And a further hello to Créatic in Lausanne, Switzerland!
Hello to the Motion Picture Arts Program at the Recording Arts Institute of Saskatoon in Canada!
A big intercontinental hello to the Chaplin Cinema in Sosnovoborsk, Russia.
DCP-o-matic now has a new Slovak translation, thanks to Tomáš Hlaváč. Take a look at the internationalisation pages if you are interested in translating DCP-o-matic into your native language.
A big hello to Philmworks Post Production in Wellington, New Zealand.
Linus Svahn has reported what appears to be a new record encode speed for DCP-o-matic: 48.53 frames per second on a network of 12 iMacs. Well done Linus!
DCP-o-matic 2.6.3 was released.
This is a bug-fix release which corrects three problems: