A new colorspace/gamma option named Rec.709-A

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Re: A new colorspace/gamma option named Rec.709-A

PostThu Jul 30, 2020 9:09 pm

If you are using Resolve Color Management, how do you go about tagging clips as Rec.709-A in the media pool? The introduction made it sound like this would be something in a right-click fly out menu.
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Re: A new colorspace/gamma option named Rec.709-A

PostThu Jul 30, 2020 11:08 pm

David Chapman wrote:If you are using Resolve Color Management, how do you go about tagging clips as Rec.709-A in the media pool? The introduction made it sound like this would be something in a right-click fly out menu.


It is...

Are you sure you are choosing color managed in project settings?
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Re: A new colorspace/gamma option named Rec.709-A

PostSun Aug 30, 2020 8:15 pm

Interesting thread ... Apologies if this is an off-topic question, but:

Does this fit in if using a calibrated display and a BM card like the Minimon 4k?
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Re: A new colorspace/gamma option named Rec.709-A

PostTue Sep 01, 2020 12:49 pm

No. For this you grade to 2.4 gamma and then if you want to export for "Mac only" add colourspace conversion node and then choose Rec.709-A as target (also in export options). This will make Mac version (when watched on Macs) look the same (minus inaccuracy of Mac display) as your main master watched on calibrated display.
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