Duke is an opensource high resolution image and sequence viewer dedicated to visual effect and post production companies.
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Duke

Duke is an opensource high resolution image and sequence viewer dedicated to visual effect and post production companies.

Binaries

Stable v2.0

Develop Build Status

Current features

  • image viewer / sequence player
  • look ahead cache with multithreaded load/decode
  • space : play pause
  • left right : go to previous/next frame (hold Ctrl to jump 25 frames)
  • + - * : increase/decrease/reset exposure
  • o : show/hide metadata
  • f : cycle through fit mode ( actual, fit inner, fit outer )
  • s : display/hide cache state, framerate
  • home end : go to begin, end of playlist
  • r g b a : toggle R/G/B/A filter channel
  • mouse drag and mouse wheel to pan/zoom
  • colorspace is autodetected from image metadata or filename extension

We aim at

  • support for Look Up Tables
  • split view to compare tracks
  • basic color grading
  • movie playback
  • recording to file sequences or movies
  • sound support
  • 3D support

Compilation

  • Getting the source

git clone --recursive https://github.com/mikrosimage/duke.git

  • Compilation

    see INSTALL file

Known issues

GCC 4.7 is not supported due to an issue with std::chrono, you will need GCC 4.8. If you use Clang and don't use Clang's standard library then you will also need to rely on GCC 4.8 standard library.

More informations

License

see COPYING file

Credits

Duke has been initiated by HD3D² R&D project, sustained by Cap Digital, the French business cluster for digital content and services.

The project is maintained as an open source project by Mikros Image.

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