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OpenDCP is a cross-platform application to create digital cinema packages. It offers an easy to use GUI or can be scripted via a command line interface.

Features

JPEG2000 encoding TIFF/DPX/BMP RGB/YUV/YCbCr images
Supports all major frame rates (24,25,30,48,50,60)
Cinema 2K/4K Profiles
MPEG2 MXF
XYZ color space conversion
MXF file creation
SMPTE and MXF Interop
Full 3D support
DCP XML file creation
SMPTE subtitles
Linux/OSX/Windows
Multithreaded for encoding performance
XML Digital signatures
GUI and CLI Interfaces
Language support

Home Page: http://www.opendcp.org/
Project Page: https://code.google.com/p/opendcp/
Language: C C++
Platform: Linux Windows OSX
License: GNU GPL v3

 

OpenSequencePlayer, aka Duke, is a basic opensource high resolution image sequence player dedicated to visual effects and post-production companies.

Duke relies on a plug-in system for input formats (some are provided by OpenImageIO, others are dedicated plug-ins like JPEG or DPX), so it covers most of the image sequences needed by everyday VFX checking on Linux®, Windows® and Mac OSX® platforms.
Other components are based on generic libraries and proven technologies like OpenGL, Cg and Protocol Buffer.

Duke’s built-in lookahead file cache ensures stable playback for either direct from disk or RAM sources.
Duke’s modular engine enables color corrections and playlist management facilities as well as a timeline, or forthcoming features like 3D stereo, split screen, …

Home Page: http://opensource.mikrosimage.eu/duke.html
Project Page: https://github.com/mikrosimage/duke
Language: c++
Platform: Linux Windows OSX
License: Modified BSD
Sponsor: Mikrosimage

Open Cinema Tools provides a set of tools (currently command line only) to create Digital Cinema Packages (DCP’s) for playback on digital cinema projectors.  The goals for Open Cinema Tools are:

  • creation of DCP from source files
  • support for multi-reel DCPs with several audio and subtitle tracks
  • development of an intuitive, multi-lingual user interface

Project Page: http://code.google.com/p/opencinematools/
Language: C++
Platform: Windows, Linux
License: New BSD License

CinePaint is a deep paint image retouching tool that supports higher color fidelity than ordinary painting tools available for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows.

  • Support for 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit color channels of deep paint.
  • High fidelity image file types such as DPX, OpenEXR and 16-bit TIFF.
  • High Dynamic Range.
  • Onion-skinning.
  • Flipbook. Movie playback of short sequences of images in RAM.
  • Color Management System. CinePaint uses LittleCMS.
  • Gallery-quality printing. B&W photographs have only one color channel and degrade quickly when manipulated as 8-bit images. CinePaint has higher fidelity and offers a 16-bit printing path to the print-head using GutenPrint.

Home Page: http://www.cinepaint.org/
Project Page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/cinepaint/
Language: C
Platform: Linux, Windows, OS X, BSD
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)

DJV Imaging provides professional movie playback software for film production, VFX, and computer animation.

  • Multi-Platform
  • Playback both image sequences and movie files
  • Support for industry standard file formats including Cineon, DPX, OpenEXR, and QuickTime
  • Includes command line utilities for batch image processing

Home Page: http://djv.sourceforge.net/
Project Page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/djv/
Language: C++
Platform: Linux, Windows, OS X, Solaris
License: BSD