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George Tsikos

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Colour Science Versions

PostSat Apr 14, 2018 12:04 pm

Hi

How do you find out which Colour Science version is running on your BMD camera, hardware or software?

I believe Resolve 15 has the latest, which is version 4 and the Pocket camera also has this. Grant Petty at NAB said the rest of the product line and cameras will also be updated to the latest colour science at some point.

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Denny Smith

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Re: Colour Science Versions

PostSat Apr 14, 2018 5:09 pm

According to Capt. Hook, The original cameras were color science 1 (BMCC, BMPCC, BMPC4K)
The Ursa Mini series is Ver 3
The new Broadcast camera is Ver 4, along with the new PC4K.
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Mattias Kristiansson

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Re: Colour Science Versions

PostMon Apr 16, 2018 4:43 am

What version of color science is the Big URSA V1 and V2?

Does this determine which BM film to Rec709 LUT to choose or what to go from in the "Color space transform" to get the most true colors?
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Re: Colour Science Versions

PostMon Apr 16, 2018 5:22 am

Mattias Kristiansson wrote:What version of color science is the Big URSA V1 and V2?

Does this determine which BM film to Rec709 LUT to choose or what to go from in the "Color space transform" to get the most true colors?


If I understood it correctly, it will be the same as the BMPC4K which is version 1.

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