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jim bachaloCC vs Comping-FX work in a linearized workspace
by on Jul 15, 2011 at 1:58:57 pm

Hi
I fully understand the advantages of working in a linearized workspace for any comping and FX(blends, motion blurs, glows, etc) work, but still wrestling with CC and grading.

Most effects and presets for CC and grading seem to 'break'...ie try using Color Finess in 8,16 or 32 bpc and switch 'linearized workspace' off and on.


Should comping and FX be kept in an entirely separate render pipeline than CC and grading? ie Do all your comping and FX in a linearized workspace, render, and then switch to non-linearized fr final CC and grading?

Local is the new global


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Walter SoykaRe: CC vs Comping-FX work in a linearized workspace
by on Jul 15, 2011 at 4:23:35 pm

See Color correction in linear vs. gamma corrected space [link] by Stu Maschwitz.

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jim bachaloRe: CC vs Comping-FX work in a linearized workspace
by on Jul 15, 2011 at 4:24:34 pm

Thanks Walter
I think one of the issues I wasn't aware of is that CF apparently does not support color management. Dang!

http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/65/856237

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Walter SoykaRe: CC vs Comping-FX work in a linearized workspace
by on Jul 15, 2011 at 4:35:11 pm

[jim bachalo] "I think one of the issues I wasn't aware of is that CF apparently does not support color management. Dang!"

I guessed that the UI wasn't color managed [link] a couple of threads ago. AE should be managing the color correctly behind the scenes for Color Finesse, but it seems the CF user interface itself isn't color managed -- so its preview will not be accurate.

Walter Soyka
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