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v1.x Digital Rebellion Cineplay

Digital Rebellion Cineplay
 
Digital Rebellion Cineplay

Professional Mac media player

CinePlay is a professional Mac media player complete with timecode overlays, markers, masking, safe areas and cloud playback support. It is ideal for dailies, portfolios, client feedback and mobile note taking.

 

Features

Timecode

All timings are specified in timecode notation and CinePlay can read timecode stored in a movie file. You can even add a draggable timecode overlay to the movie.

Markers

Add markers during playback and export them to a range of common marker formats.

Annotations

Draw directly over the video when adding a marker.

Safe Areas

View customizable 4:3 and 16:9 title and action safe areas over your movie.

Ganging

Sync two or more files together to compare shots side-by-side.

Cloud integration

Play cloud videos from Kollaborate, sync comments with your colleagues and even take part in live group note-taking sessions.  Use Synced Sessions to allow a colleague to control your playhead.

Timecode sync

Sync timecode to Cut Notes and other applications for easy note taking.

Free for Kollaborate users

Easily collaborate with clients and team members with free Kollaborate cloud functionality.

 

 

macOS 10.10 or higher

Changes in CinePlay 1.7.1

  • Fixed an issue that could cause annotations embedded in exported frames to be misaligned

Changes in CinePlay 1.7 – March 2021

  • M1 Mac and macOS 11 Big Sur compatibility
  • UI refresh with better support for Retina Macs
  • Hoverscrub thumbnails are now cached, which should improve performance when scrubbing with very large files or slow drives
  • Various small tweaks and polish, particularly to Kollaborate integration

Changes in CinePlay 1.6.5 – August 2020

  • Improved scrubbing performance
  • Fixed several issues with Kollaborate Synced Sessions not working correctly
  • Minor bug fixes, tweaks, and optimizations

Changes in CinePlay 1.6.4 – February 2020

  • Improved compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina
  • CinePlay no longer treats the “Elapsed Time” display as if it was just timecode with a different start point. This fixes an issue where CinePlay may have produced different time output compared to QuickTime Player X. This doesn’t change the default display type, which is Timecode.
  • Fixed an issue with being unable to step frame-by-frame through extremely long movies
  • Fixed an issue where aspect ratio blanking could have incorrect dimensions on macOS 10.15
  • General bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations

Changes in CinePlay 1.6.3

  • macOS 10.15 Catalina compatibility
  • Dark Mode support
  • Minor bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations

Cineplay 1.6.2 – October 2019

  • Fixed an incompatibility with changes made to realtime / synced sessions on the Kollaborate cloud site

CinePlay 1.6.1 – Sep 4 2019

  • IMPORTANT: This version is required to register the software and older versions will no longer register with our website. This doesn’t affect you if you’ve already registered it to your computer and only applies to new registrations.
  • Improved drop-frame timecode compatibility
  • Improved memory usage
  • Fixed several timecode issues that could occur when exporting files
  • Fixed an issue where exported files could have no file extension if you deleted it from the filename
  • Minor bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations

CinePlay 1.5.6 – Mar 9 2019

  • Exported H.264s now have “fast start” enabled to help them play back faster over a network
  • The frame rate of a file’s timecode track now overrides its source frame rate
  • Added an Open Cloud File option to the File menu
  • Kollaborate users can no longer download files if they don’t have download permissions on the project
  • Improved the reliability of movie export/conversion
  • Fixed an issue where users couldn’t unregister if they had already reset their license via our site
  • Various minor bug fixes, tweaks and optimizations

CinePlay 1.5.2 – May 28 2018

  • Added an option to auto-pause when adding a marker
  • Improved the readability of plain-text comment output
  • Fixed an issue where image sequences could import as a single frame
  • Fixed an issue where editing a marker in the Markers pane could show black text against a black background
  • Fixed an issue where the file extension in the Trim dialog was automatically selected when it shouldn’t have been
  • Minor bug fixes, tweaks, and optimizations

Changes in Cineplay 1.5

  • IMPORTANT: CinePlay now requires macOS 10.10 or higher
  • We’ve overhauled CinePlay to be more accurate and reliable when seeking and navigating
  • Support for importing and exporting DaVinci Resolve marker EDLs
  • Movies without timecode tracks but with Adobe timecode metadata will now have the timecode correctly recognized in CinePlay
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent markers being edited
  • Fixed several memory leaks
  • Many other fixes and tweaks