Software license information

OVITO Basic in binary form is published by the software vendor OVITO GmbH, Germany under the terms of the MIT License. Program packages are built from source code available under the terms of the GNU General Public License (v3) and the MIT License. The source code is hosted in a public GitLab repository.

OVITO Pro is proprietary software of OVITO GmbH and licensed under the terms of the OVITO Pro End-User Licence Agreement. See this page for more information on the differences between the two versions of OVITO.

The ovito Python module, distributed as PyPI and Anaconda packages, is made available by OVITO GmbH under the MIT License.

Third-party software

OVITO Pro and OVITO Basic are based on the following third-party software components. Click the links to see the corresponding copyright notices and/or build instructions.

Library

License

Instructions

OVITO legacy code

license

Qt

LGPL v3

Info

Qwt

license

Boost

license

Python

PSF license

Geogram library by Bruno Levy, INRIA - ALICE

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Tachyon Parallel / Multiprocessor Ray Tracing System by John E. Stone

license

muParser by Ingo Berg

license

Libssh

LGPL v2.1

Info

OpenSSL

license

ffmpeg

LGPL v2.1

Info

netCDF

license

HDF5

license

Voro++ by Chris Rycroft

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zlib

license

Polyhedral Template Matching library by Peter Mahler Larsen

license

QCP rotation calculation method by Pu Liu and Douglas L. Theobald

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GSD (General Simulation Data) I/O routines

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pybind11

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PySide2

LGPL v3

Info

Numpy

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Matplotlib

license

KISS FFT

license

OSPRay

Apache 2.0

Embree

Apache 2.0

Intel Open Image Denoise

Apache 2.0

Intel Open Volume Kernel Library

Apache 2.0

Intel RenderKit common C++/CMake infrastructure

Apache 2.0

Threading Building Blocks

Apache 2.0

GEMMI (GEneral MacroMolecular I/O)

MPL v2

Parsing Expression Grammar Template Library (PEGTL)

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XTC/XDR file I/O routines

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Vulkan Memory Allocator

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