I have footage from RED Dragon 6K camera. I debayered it using latest Redcine-X using ACES color science to linear OpenEXR files. Inside Redcine-X you cannot specifiy to which ACES color space it debayers the footage, but I assume it is be linear ACES AP0.
My problem is that different software packages render this frame in different way. In the background there is a bluescreen which contains multiple negative values and various software packages handle these negative values in a different way. It is even more visible when I raise the exposure.
This is how it look inside Krita:
This is how it look inside mrViewer:
This is how it looks inside Nuke:
This is how it looks inside Nuke, when I clamp negative values to 0:
As you can see, Nuke displays it the same way as mrViewer, but when clamped it looks the same as Krita.
So now this problem leaves me wondering which software is displaying this image correctly. Is it Krita or mrViewer/Nuke?
Thank you very much for any help or advice
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