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Congrats to everyone who worked on this. It is a huge achievement and you have made a great improvement to the industry.
I can't wait to play with all of it, and test it on the first project that comes without a defined color pipeline, which shouldn't take too long.
On Tue, Jan 13, 2015, 13:53 Haarm-Pieter Duiker <li...@...
The ACES 1.0 Developer Release is officially available! Full product information can be found on the revamped website, http://www.oscars.org/aces
. To give you a preview, the ACES 1.0 release includes the following components:
- Core ACES color transformation implemented in the Color Transformation Language (CTL)
- Documentation on the expected use of these transforms
- Technical specifications for other ACES core components
- Documentation for implementers and end users
- Test images in a variety of color encodings and formats, demonstrating the results of applying core ACES transformations
- An OpenColorIO (OCIO) configuration package for core ACES transforms
The components of the ACES release can be found here
- Source code and documentation bundle:
- Source code and documentation repository:
- Documentation (direct)
- Example images (direct)
- OpenColorIO (OCIO) configuration package for core ACES transforms.
Thanks for your feedback on the needs of the ACES OCIO config in particular and the system in general.
Please take a look at the source code, documentation, configs and let us know what you think. Send in feedback on this list, the ACES Google Group
or the direct email ac...@...
Thanks again for all the feedback. Please keep it coming.
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