I have a question about ACES in Maya against ACES using an Ocio config.
I love the way this render looks using the ACES RRT V1.0 directly in Maya’s viewport.
This is a pure green plane (0/1/0) with a pure red sphere (1/0/0) with a white area light.
I think in this case ACES handles really well saturation and overexposure, better than
If I understood correctly, Maya uses a RRT+ODT module from this folder:
Does anyone know which ctf file maya loads? Is it automatically loaded based on your screen colorspace?
Unfortunately I am not able to reproduce this nice saturated look in Nuke or any other software.
The Ocio Config 1.0.3 gives me this result:
I have tried to use the Nuke CTL module for Nuke but could not make it work. (https://github.com/JGoldstone/CTL/tree/nukeNode)
I have also tried to use the RRT+ODT nodes from Alex Fry but could not get a similar result. (https://github.com/alexfry/PureNukeACES)
Is the Maya ACES RRT V1.0 much different than any Ocio config? Are they compatible? Maybe I should ask directly Autodesk…
Any help or thought would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance, Chris