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ACES is a color management, digital file interchange and archiving system developed by and for the industry. Hundreds of leading professionals from the community, under the auspices of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences contributed to its development. ACES is a free and open system and so in keeping with that heritage and spirit, we are using 2 community based resources to track productions that have used ACES. Since these websites rely on users to update the listings, you can list productions where you have used ACES in a meaningful way.

There have been hundreds of productions that have used ACES, and they’re not all listed, so we encourage you to help these efforts and list past and current work.

IMDb This site allows a single notation on whether a production used ACES.
To see what productions have used ACES, click here .
To add ACES use for a production you worked on, please follow these instructions.

ShotOnWhat.com This site is more focused on the technical specs of productions and has additional categories that can enhance the understanding of how ACES was used.
To see what productions have used ACES, click [here] (https://shotonwhat.com/color-management-architecture/academy-color-encoding-system-aces) .
To add ACES use for a production you worked on, please follow these instructions.

Please use the individual site’s help function if you need help with the listing procedure.

If you have Questions about ACES marketing or adoption you can email us at aces@oscars.org .

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