[Tig] Common practice in DCI grading
felix at trollfilm.de
Fri Sep 5 15:08:10 BST 2014
It's more practile and I do it as well, though I made some tests with my
specbos and lightspace and had no problem finding colors outside 709
gamut, like tomatoes are redder or random leaves are greener.
If in the end the grade will be that saturated is a different matter.
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On 05.09.2014 12:23, Pat Wintersgill via Tig wrote:
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> This has been my experience also, from a workflow point of view it seems much more efficient to grade in rec709 and fit that into XYZ for cinema, rather than grade in P3 and convert to Rec709 for broadcast.
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> On 3 Sep 2014, at 17:48, Joe Owens via Tig <tig at colorist.org> wrote:
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>> Pretty much my experience lately, now that most of the DCP authoring software has figured out how to migrate the SMPTE values over to the X'Y'Z' DCI space. There will be a bigger variation in the wild (commercial projection theatres) -- a bit like trying to predict how your 709 grade is going to look on Fred and Marge's LCD that they just brought home from Tiger Express.
>> On 2014-09-03, at 9:02 AM, Tom Rovak via Tig wrote:
>>> grade in HDTV and use the SMPTE DCI standards when making a DCP and the results have been a DCI that matches my HDTV grade almost flawlessly.
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