Re: OCIO Configuration Reference Values
Sean Cooper <se...@...>
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This isn't 100% what you're talking about Troy, but I think it follows in the same line of discussion. Though I do see how even a simple chromaticity flag in the colorspace would prove useful.
This is timely, I was going to raise the issue of whether it's appropriate for OCIO to be colorimetry intelligent or not. Where OCIO would define the chromaticites per colorspace, as Malcolm stated.As an additional feature, here @SPI I've created a wrapper around the python api where I specify a colorspace's chromaticites (primaries and whitepoint) for the reference space and for all subsequent colorspaces. At config generation, the matrix transforms to and from the reference space are automatically generated for each colorspace. Additionally there is the option to perform chromatic adaptation for varying whitepoints or not. This is implemented as an OCIO Matrix transform.
On Wed, Sep 28, 2016 at 2:00 PM, Troy Sobotka <troy.s...@...> wrote: