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One thing to check is that both the Nuke flow and photoshop color settings are using the same gamma curve and color gamut (i.e. make sure they're both in the same color space first). If you're working 'scene linear' in Nuke but not in Photoshop then I can easy imagine troubles will ensue.
On Dec 25, 2012, at 2:13 AM, Nishith Singhai <singha...@...
1) By thumb rule a lg10 to srgb8 in nuke and lg10 to srgb8 in after effects should give the same result. true or false.
2) what is the way to measure that output from nuke after applying lut is looking same as that of after effects. is there a measuring tool or is it based on the observation only.
I have a case where nuke output and after effect output although applying same ocio setting gives different look. What could I be missing.
On Friday, December 21, 2012 8:30:27 PM UTC+5:30, Nishith Singhai wrote:
thank you so far. I have installed fedora on virtualbox. Now come to need config.ocio for making icc for photoshop
ocio2icc does not work on it but i gues ociobakelut can give icc. So, downloading sample config files from
any of the downloaded will do.