Re: OCIO Configuration Reference Values
Thomas Mansencal <thomas.m...@...>
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> I worry that trying to interleave color math into OCIO as a first class feature will a) open up a can of worms and b) actually limit OCIO's flexibility.
Yes, this is exactly my concern and the reason why I joined the conversation. I quite like the minimalistic, almost agnostic approach of OCIO so far and if you introduce primaries, whitepoint, CAT support, the question of performing colour math is to be brought on the table. You might end up with some interesting issues to ensure consistency between your primaries, whitepoint, CAT specification and the matrices you define in the ColorMatrixTransform if no math is to be involved. We have been there with Colour and it has required a bit of work. Discrepancies might not be a big problem for OCIO, but it is something to be aware of.
On Wed, Oct 26, 2016 at 3:15 PM Andy Jones <andy....@...> wrote: