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 May 27 08:12:56 2016
Updated uk_UA translation from Igor Voytovich.
Fri May 27 08:12:50 2016
Add another translator.
Fri May 27 08:12:12 2016
Updated ru_RU translation from Igor Voytovich.
Fri May 27 08:12:05 2016
Add another translator.
Thu May 26 15:56:41 2016
Sort return from subtitles_during to fix all-subtitles display in SubtitlePanel.
Thu May 26 15:38:06 2016
Fix subtitle appearance configuration with FFmpeg-text subs.
Thu May 26 15:34:54 2016
Pass configured colours / outlining when text subtitles come out of FFmpeg.
Thu May 26 15:34:09 2016
Fix slightly inexplicable RGB/BGR confusion; before this the colour of subtitles is wrong.
Thu May 26 09:57:06 2016
Factor out decoder creation to a factory method.
Thu May 26 09:41:51 2016
Tidy up image/text subtitle distinction with FFmpeg sources.
Wed May 25 22:48:17 2016
Fix missing return value in ::pass().
Wed May 25 21:42:36 2016
Wed May 25 20:12:09 2016
Some missed licence tweaks.
Wed May 25 20:03:30 2016
Updated nl_NL translation from Rob van Nieuwkerk.
Wed May 25 19:56:58 2016
No-op; fix GPL address and use the explicit-program-name version.
Wed May 25 17:42:49 2016
Wed May 25 15:57:20 2016
Bump libdcp for atmos stuff.
Wed May 25 15:55:42 2016
Basics of Atmos content support; can be added to project and appears in timeline.
Another two users have emailed in from Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia: the Australian International Animation Festival and the Animation and Visual Effects department at Charles Stuart University. Welcome!
Welcome to the users' list, NPH Cinema in St. Andrews, Scotland!
Welcome to Arthouse Traffic, a film distribution company in Kyiv, Ukraine.
It is so nice to have added 200 cinemas, companies, organisations and users to the list over the past 4 years: it greatly warms my heart and encourages me to keep working on DCP-o-matic! Thank you to everyone that has been in touch, from Saffron Screen onwards :)
If you would like to be on the list, please do get in touch. There is no sinister motive: just to show doubters that real people use DCP-o-matic successfully, and to show me that it is worth the work.
Thank you and all the best,
Hello and welcome to the Michigan Rocky Horror Preservation Society who are using DCP-o-matic to present their preshow material! Thanks for getting in touch!
DCP-o-matic 2.8.0 was released.
This release includes:
Thanks to Fabio “Zak” Belli, Carsten Kurz, Tomáš Begeni, Tiago Casal Ribeiro, Rov (若文), Rob van Nieuwkerk, Thierry Journet, Igor Voytovich, Adam Klotblixt and Manuel AC.
We have added 9 new supporters since 2.7.0: thanks to Steve Reverand, Michal Moc, Gordon McLeod, David Armati Lechner, Mario Kalogjera, Denis Ivashvkevych, Film.Ca Inc, OpsCenter Technologies, Inc and JP Davidson. Download it from here.
Hello and welcome to the 197th user on our list, Cinema Ideal in Lisbon, Portugal.