Install DuME on linux¶
For now, DuME on linux is only availabe in 64bit (on intel/amd systems but not arm) and will not work on 32bit systems (unless you build it from source by yourself).
You can download DuME here.
Debian and Ubuntu¶
If you’re using Debian or Ubuntu, in most cases you can just download and install the .deb package the usual way.
DuME depends on the package qt5-default in version 5.9.9 or more recent. If it’s not available in your package manager, use the AppImage instead.
For Ubuntu, these libraries are available since Bionic Beaver (18.04).
AppImage for all distributions¶
An easy way to use DuME is to download the AppImage file.
Make the file executable, either with your file explorer or the command line (replace
x.x.x by the actual version):
chmod u=rwx DuME-x.x.x-x86_64.AppImage
All dependencies are included in the AppImage, so everything should work out of the box.
Then you can launch it by double clicking on the AppImage file or with the command line:
Build from source¶
You can get the source code on Github, and easily build DuME using Qt and the Qt Creator.
You’ll also need to download and install FFmpeg. Most of the time, it should be available in your distribution package manager. For example, in Debian or Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
To use LUT tools, you will also need OpenColorIO tools. Most of the time, they should be available in your distribution package manager. For example, in Debian or Ubuntu:
sudo apt install opencolorio-tools