DJV Imaging 1.0.5

DJV Imaging is professional movie playback software intended for film production, visual effects, and computer animation. It's cross-platform for Linux, Max OS X and Windows; plays either image sequences or movies, works with industry-standard formats as OpenEXR, Cineon, DPX, and QuickTime. It also provides command-line tools for batch processing. Also utilizes CMake, FFmpeg, GLEW, libjpeg, libpng, libtiff, libquicktime, OpenEXR, zlib, Qt.

Tags c++ qt video-editing video player command-line movie-creation
License BSDL
State development

Recent Releases

1.0.526 Dec 2014 03:15 minor feature: Always opening djv window in a certain size Add preferences for changing the font More detailed error messages and logging Linux: Move .sh-launchers to /usr/bin desktop - wrong path to binary Errors opening QuickTime files on Windows Default Playback speed isn't used Add support for negative frame numbers Linux build does not start
1.0.403 Nov 2014 03:15 minor feature: DJV always offset/off screen Add support for Qt 4.8 Add time/frame ticks to the djv_view timeline Improve file browser performance Allow large contrast/brightness stretching Make the djv_view file browser non-modal again
1.0.320 Oct 2014 03:15 minor feature: Add file type associations on OS X Add time/frame ticks to the djv_view timeline Add file type associations on Linux/Gnome3 Add file type associations on Windows File names with very large numbers are causing a crash Hide controls when going full screen Shortcuts not working for Window Show Bars
1.0.213 Oct 2014 03:34 major feature: Add an action to toggle playback in djv_view. Add an action for reloading the current frame in djv_view. The djv_view icon has an aliased appearance on Windows. Don't show terminal when launching djv_view on Windows. Add additional error handling to check whether images are compatible with the version of OpenGL being used. Release image file handles when the file cache is enabled. Add additional image scales to djv_view.
1.0.029 Sep 2014 04:46 major feature: DJV is now built upon the Qt toolkit Updated third party packages including OpenEXR 2.2