I'm currently finishing color correction for friends short film, and he is looking for a DCP for festivals. I created a DCP for a previous documentary using OpenDCP, tested it in a local art house and it worked fine. However, I found the process rather long and drawn out, and with more than a couple of errors. It appears Premiere Pro has a DCP option - Wraptor. I'm a little sketchy about such a plugin, but it does appear that it might automatically do all the LUT conversion and output to the proper files without needing to doing a TIFF and separate audio tracks to bring into OpenDCP.
Does anyone have experience with Wraptor? Is it any good? I don't want to waste time and money (Art house charges me $100 to test per hour) making a DCP with Wraptor, yet I'm curious of it's performance in the real world. I mostly been using Resolve for editing and delivery, but the built-in DCP (for free at that) in Premiere might transition me back.
There is no budget for a professional DCP mastering.
Edited by Landon D. Parks, 04 May 2016 - 01:44 AM.