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  1. Hi everyone. Lot of us know (or have heard) that in cinema and theatre p3 color space is usually used when projecting images to screens. It is very different from Rec 709 color space. Should i pay much of my attention and spend money for P3>Rec.709 adaption if people anyway can't see it on the screens of their home TVs? Talking with one of my collabs i heard something quite interesting. He said that much of the color guys all over the world work inside Rec.709 color space because when Rec709 is converted to P3 almost nothing changes for the eyes of the audience because p3s range is much wider than the Rec709s one. What can't be said about P3 to Rec709 converting because it takes much effort to place wide range of P3s in Rec709. Understanding that this approach is quite wrong, I guess that for many movies this way is viable. What would you say? Here is comparative graph of the color spaces.