First ACES, then PBR, and at last Color Management. Full circle closes here.
I present you a video series about Color Management for Computer Graphics, divided in Chapters (30 mins in total)
If you are new to color management, you might ask why would I need this?
Well, haven't you noticed that sometimes colors or tones are not shown the same from one display to another? Or even one program to another, for example in Arnold and later Photoshop or Firefox?
If so this is what this guide is about. It's not only about color matching, but maximizing your display color performance.
For this guide all you need is a calibration instrument, be it a Spyder colorimeter, an i1 Display or any other accepted by DisplayCAL, and DisplayCAL itself, the calibration software that I will guide you through and that you can download for free.
The Chapters are divided in:
- 1.0 Intro
- 1.1 Calibration
- 2.1 OCIO Setup
- 2.2 LUT Authoring
- 3.1 Editing OCIO
- 3.2 Editing OCIO for Blender
- 4.1 Configuring Maya
- 4.2 Configuring Nuke
- 4.3 Configuring DaVinci Resolve
There's also a written guide with all the links and details and further configurations like Mari, OBS, Avisynth, Firefox, Retroarch, MAME...
In the future I might expand this to a few more programs if time permits.
Disclaimer: Windows recommended for python script paths.
Mildly broken English (I'm Spanish)
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