v1.2.6 Ramma



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Smart. Simple. Beautiful. Like nothing else.

Ramma is post production support software designed to take the pain out of finding problems when working with image sequences of animation or video.


Detect bad or missing frames in image and particle sequences. Easily.

Ramma is a post production support tool that is designed to take the pain out of finding problems when working with image sequences of animation or video. Render problems can happen for many reasons, often due to hardware or software failure, or human error but hunting down these problems in sequences can be a nightmare.

This is why Ramma exists. Whether they be missing or dropped frames, corrupted or even non-contiguous frames that are given an incorrect numerical padding in the filename, Ramma quickly and automatically detects these common problems.

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Intended for post production professionals—large facilities as well as smaller or indie shops—producing motion graphics, visual effects, colour grading or other video and animation work, working with Autodesk, Adobe, Foundry, Blackmagic Design, Maxon or any products that render to image sequences.

It is designed to be fast, smart, and simple, to find problems at a glance. To mitigate problems that may arise before export and delivery, saving you time and grief.





Ramma is designed to be simple to understand and easy to use. Every frame of a sequence is represented as a block in the user interface, making it easy to see problems at a glance.


Ramma automatically adds nested folders that contain sequences, making it easy to work with versions and render passes in separate sub-folders.


Ramma updates on the fly when changes to sequences are detected. With this you can effectively use Ramma as a render output monitor. Ramma will also display notifications if problems are found.


Ramma inspects each frame and checks it for incorrect file headers, file size divergence or other factors that would cause a sequence to become invalidated.


Ramma is engineered to populate sequences and report any potential problems fast, without user intervention.


Ramma provides contextual information about frames, their file name on disk and what— if any— problem there may be.


Ramma supports all common production render file formats such as .exr, .dpx, .sgi, .tif and .tga.


Whether working locally or within an infrastructure, Ramma can access sequences wherever folder access is granted.

* recommended 100MB wired network

Mac OSX Mavericks 10.4+. 2GB Ram. 100MB HDD space.

Microsoft Windows 7—10. 2GB Ram. 100MB HDD space.

What's new in Ramma 1.2.5?

This release features a rebuilt UI for all platforms and languages and bug fixes.

Reload and Report (if there are bad frames) have been moved to a context menu on right click of any sequence.

This release also adds support for the Hundred Rabbits theme system. Themes can be found at https://github.com/hundredrabbits/Themes
Themes created specifically for our project management tool Tape are also compatible. https://github.com/aeriform-io/Themes

What's new in Ramma 1.2.3?

  • Minor UI and performance tweaks
  • added support for Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)

What's new in Ramma 1.2?

  • Visual representation of bad frame types
  • Vast UI and performance improvements
  • Report frame to re-render, copy to clipboard or save to disk
  • Create ignore file to omit unwanted folders
  • Localisation: support for Japanese and Russian
  • 2B theme

What's new in Ramma 1.1.2?

  • ability to reveal sequence in Finder/Explorer
  • ability to find selected frame in Finder/Explorer
  • support for .ignore/_ignore*.* files to omit folders
  • support for Adobe Photoshop .psd
  • support for Digital Negative .dng
  • support for Jpeg2000 jp2
  • updated theme inspired by frame.io

What's new in Ramma 1.1.1?

  • UI improvements and bug fixes
  • New Toxik theme

What's new in Ramma 1.1?

This release for macOS and Windows includes the ability to hide sequence maps, added support for particle sim data, as well as UI and performance improvements.

  • Toggle visibility of sequence map
  • Support for OpenVDB .vdb particle data
  • Support for NextLimit Realflow .bin particle data
  • Support for Xparticles .xpc particle data
  • Toggle for frame size differential check
  • UI and performance improvements

In Depth: Render Farms / Network Rendering / Distributed Rendering

The idea of network rendering is to distribute your render over a network, or farm, of computers, to speed up your render times.