Michael Tebinka

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  1. I will try the workaround as you mentioned @Orash Rahnema Let's see how v16 behaves with the same settings. Will report any findings.
  2. Thank you Orash for the elaborating on what could be the issue. I too found it strange that a normal lut wouldnt work only for monitor output. I have Lightspace but it would be great to see if the issue is caused elsewhere prior to converting luts into aces. Many thanks in advance!
  3. Hi Orash, yes as mentioned the monitor LUT is placed in color management settings for the particular project and not in a node tree. How does a conversion to an ACES LUT look like? What is the recommended workflow there - which also poses another question - does monitor calibration look entirely different when calibrating for an ACES workflow?
  4. Hi all, hope all is well. I was testing a workflow with ACES and everything looks great up until I choose to use a Video Monitor LUT that holds the reference monitor calibration. Like a sudden switch it distorts not only the colors and saturation on the external monitor but also the viewer within the GUI. It only seems the applied LUT is causing this issue and I would like to understand what is causing this. Is there a workaround? Do you have to store your monitor LUT in any different way? Settings used are: Color science: ACEScct ACES Version: ACES 1.1 ACES Input Device Transform: No Input Transform ACES Output Device Transform: Rec. 709 Process Node LUTs in: ACEScc AP1 Timeline Space Lookup tables used: 3D Video Monitor LUT for an Eizo CX271 Many thanks in advance.
  5. Thanks for posting this. Finally a MB with support for TB3 onboard, this paired with a i9 and a Titan card should be a nice machine.
  6. Also following up with Steve at LS to get to the bottom of ehat causes this. Could be an omission somewhere in the process due to certain monitors not being able to hold a 3D LUT. Will keep you posted.
  7. Nice work Margus, looking forward to seeing it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. This one was running LS on the same computer as Resolve (recieving the patches) and the CX271 wired through a Blackmagic I/O. Initial precalibration worked fine with expected results, so did LUT creation (Rec709, Gamma 2.4). But post-calibration is a pain to verify, what possible steps can be taken here? Any and all suggestions are welcome here. (I know that the CX271 is not a listed monitor on either LIghtspace’s site or here but we still use it for some tasks.)
  9. I've had quite varying results in the pasts depending on the size of patches, generally I let it run overnight and do a full 4000 or 9000 patch run. I have always stumbled across issues though with one of the monitors (EIZO CX271 that does not have built-in support for a 3D LUT). Re-profiling it to REC709 just blows it off the charts in LS and is deemed very inaccurate. A bit unsure here how to re-profiling it correctly without the ability to store the 3D LUT in the chain. Can't be that loading the 3D LUT into LS prior to profiling would solve this (as the issue mentioned above). Looking forward to hear your results Orash.
  10. Indeed! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. It's been said before but 'You Will See Us Do More in the Pro Area' can probably mean anything really. Adding a few USB-c ports and little PRO components/approach to hardware won't do it either. As much as I have been a die hard user of Mac's since '96 I've tried the Hackintosh route and it didn't leave me happy. In the end of the the day it is the creative work that counts. If the machine I can do it on delivers, then I am happy. A no compromise solution. Tim about doing more Pro... Tim Cook about Pro products
  12. It got me pretty excited already when they announced the Micro. Jokes aside, I think it's excellent they have built the Mini panel with a good number of controllers built-in. I think much will be said once I get my hands on trying one out. Having worked some at the advanced panel, it's obviously another league altogether - but I can see muscle memory building up from the Mini in a positive way - and the more you can do tactile work (meaning less keyboard and mouse) the better. Personal preference, sure, but I look forward to take the Mini.. and the Micro for a spin. Having the Tangent's it got me thinking, but as they are extremely good to work with across other softwares too - I don't see the introduction of the new panels as direct competition - just better tools to choose from. Tangent Ripple wasn't that awesome even if it further democratises and make tools accessible for everybody - but in perspective with the BM Mini, it's getting interesting for sure!
  13. Margus, what type of PSU did you go with and GUI monitor?
  14. Hi all, Some of you might have received an email from Assimilate Inc about an offer that include Assimilate VR + a Quadro M6000 card for what seem to be a good price. A question though, how does the Quadro M6000 stand in relation to other GPU contenders such as the GTX1080 and potentially Titan-card? I'm thinking for grading predominantly, but in some respect, VR-post as well. Read more at Assimilate Inc about the offer.
  15. Looking forward to hear how your machine performs Margus.