I'm working on a film with stop-motion animation composited on live footage shot in super16. The stopmotion animation are sequences shot with a canon dslr. The color correction facilities ask me to provide them with the animation layer separated and in tiff sequence with premultiplied alpha. They also specify that the embedded gamma should be 2.0, but after effects it has not an output gamma control in the render module. The working spaces that I can apply in the color management of the project settings have all different value of gamma from 1.8, 2.2 and 2.6. How I can deliver this specifics?
Re: export TIFF gamma 2.0 by Walter Soyka on May 31, 2011 at 2:01:56 pm
Color is more than gamma -- I would talk to the facility about delivering the TIFF sequence in a known color profile, like Rec. 709 or sRGB.
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