« on: June 03, 2013, 02:34:58 AM »
For an AE only workflow it should be possible to do it if you can find and .icc profile that has sRGB/REC709 primaries mixed with gamma 2.2 instead of sRGB TRC. I didn't find one with a quick web search, but I'm sure one has to be out there. I think I will just make my own such. Then you could just use that in AE and it should be good (at worst if you used that for the output conversion profile that should force it to work out).
Thank you for sharing the tip.
In AE, I set the project to HDTV (Rec. 709) in Color Management within Project Properties. When I rendered this to a Quicktime DNxHD file, the result was indistinguishable from what I had with no color management selected. Am I missing something, or does the color space conversion occur automatically in AE or upon rendering?
Did you use AE only?
ACR in AE probably was maybe using sRGB.icc and the file was already using sRGB TRC at that point so using no management vs REC709 maybe didn't matter at that point. So I'd expect the same outputfile in that scenario.
But what programs did you use to play the DNxHD file back with that made them look exactly the same as they had in AE when REC709 working space was set? Was it MPC with full color management plug-ins?