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  1. Hi all, Grading mainly documentaries, I'm trying to set up the best (or more universal) Resolve Color Management settings. The Input Color Space may vary depending on sources footages. After doing several tests, I think working with Timeline Color Space set to P3-D65 and Rec2100 ST2084 offers a great environnement for projects going both for Rec709 and HDR (even for HLG). Nevertheless, I was wondering if it would be wrong to set the Timeline Color Space to Rec2020 ? Because when testing I felt like the chroma and highlights are nicer in 2020 and I didn't noticed any aberrarations on the scopes. But would it pass the QC ? Still, as nothing can handle the full 2020 spectrum, I've always followed recommendations to limit the Output Gamut to P3-D65 for HDR deliveries. Do you know if the are any change for that ? Have you already delivered HDR in 2020 Color Space ? Any comments or advices from RCM users would be very welcomed.
  2. Goodevening,I am encountering an unexpected behaviour when rendering with baselight 4.4. Due to in progress jobs we are avoiding an upgrade.I am struggling to properly tag the color space of my exported clips.Exporting to quicktime prores4444XQ.Colour Space Tagging: AutomaticOriginal clip CS: Arri log C/wide gamutinput cs: tried both from metadata and setting it to arri log C/wide gamutstack: working colour space:arri log c/wide gamutScene settings tried both setting all to arri log g/wide gamut and leaving Grade result colour space: from stack and Default input coloru space to no conversion.Despite all my rendered files are all tagged as Rec 709 gamma 2.4. Am I missing something?Moreover if in render, as Render Colour Space, I say Input colour space no matter the settings it converts the file to Rec 709 gamma 2.4. Are those know issues of old version of baselight, or am I doing something wrong?Thanks in advance for your help
  3. Hi! I need to normalize log material and I wonder if that can be done by transforming the material from one color space to another inside of Baselight or if I need / should apply a DRT. Any thoughts? Abby
  4. For the ones interested in DCP-creation, here's a tutorial about how to do color space conversion and JPEG2000 encoding inside SCRATCH: Cheers, Mazze