As Open Cine, the new Open Source software continues its development here are some pointers and early, very early, examples of the source code.
The project source code is on GitHub and QT5 is being used for the GUI :
Reviewing and Sorting Footage
- Import DNG sequence that was shot with a raw camera (Apertus or other) into Open Cine
- View footage in real-time
- Mark unneeded clips, rate good clips, write comments for each clip later a filter can be used to hide all the bad/unneeded clips. Director could now review only the good ones and continue working with them.
During the continuing development of the Open Cine software for the mounting and management of CDNG media (and other flavours) there are naturally points of the build that require dressing at many points in the life cycle of the software.
Everything is available online through GitHub and Fabricator for the source code, and QT5 is used for the UI build.
Here we have some examples of where the software development is at this stage in June 2015, later we can elaborate on getting closer to the final release version.
The examples below are frame grabs from the software and are very early examples of the build to this date, and not close to any beta release.
Open Cine - You Tube early run through
Open Cine - Clip Manager early version