Learn the theory and practice of using Academy Color Encoding System developed by the Science and Technology Council (STC) of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (AMPAS). This course explains how ACES is set to improve and simplify post-production workflow, restore and preserve current motion picture assets, and create a standard that is ready for future technologies.
You Will Learn
- The Introduction to ACES
- The input device transform (IDT) by which image data from different cameras is transformed to a common colourspace (ACES).
- Picture rendering using the AMPAS reference rendering transform (RRT).
- The four key colour transforms: IDT, LMT, RRT, and ODT.
- How is ACES best applied to the DI pipeline, and how it aids CGI/VFX integration.
- The concept of working space. “Linear” mode (lift/gamma/gain) and “log” mode; contrast and brightness reinterpreted
- Various output device transforms to yield imagery suitable for D-cinema, HD, and other displays.
- The necessity of 3×3 matrix transform
- The future and HDR acquisition
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