Re: OCIO Configuration Reference Values


Joseph Slomka <joseph...@...>
 

Troy,

The shortest path is going to be an RP of having an CIE1931XYZ named space. There is a certain bit of manual glue required, as OCIO only manages image transforms and standardize the processing.


The next shortest is making it a requirement, and having it fail a sanity check and throw a flag if not implemented.

If it's agreed to then it should make it to the trunk. It sounds like OCIO needs more builds and more feedback to get user input and involvement. I am not a fan of a required role, but if it is a choice between that and dealing with dozens of VFX houses each with their own color management tools I'd much rather have required roles.

The slightly longer path is to make a metadata component to OCIO that provides some minimal API to manage color state of images.

Ideally OCIO would be the part of a project that manages color. It sounds like there is a need for a color management framework that track image state,executes logic and interacts with other color management systems.

-Joseph




On Mon, Oct 24, 2016 at 10:13 PM, Troy Sobotka <troy.s...@...> wrote:
On Mon, Oct 24, 2016, 6:18 PM Joseph Slomka <joseph...@...> wrote:

The XYZ role solution is a good compromise. It would be a good recommended practice when .ocio profiles are created. 

My issue with best practices is that they will fail where not implemented, which means an entire user interface stack or potentially shaders, algorithms, and a whole slew of other things fall apart and suddenly break.

I am wondering:

1) What is the shortest path to a workable solution for OCIO in the near term that works.
2) Whether such a solution can make it into trunk and become reference.

Happy to see longer term goals here, but given that OCIO appeared to have been taken off of life support, only to resume critical condition weeks later, perhaps our goals should be modest at this juncture.

Implementing a mandatory XYZ set of values for reference, with applicable warnings or failure would at least be an entry point?

With respect,
TJS

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