First post, hopefully in the right category.
I’m a bit lost at the moment. I’m done with my first ACES project (personal one to learn ACES) and now it’s time to get it to “real world” space. The destination of the end result is iPad in sRGB 8-Bit, PNG sequence.
Now when I just set the file out to Output - sRGB it looks nothing like what I see in Nuke when I look at the ACEScg through the viewer set to sRGB (ACES).
When I do an OCIOColorSpace(Output - sRGB to ACEScg) > OCIODisplay (ACEScg to sRGB) the yellows desaturate quite drastically.
Neither option creates a usable output.
Using COLOUR RENDITION CHART v1.7 I wrote a 16-Bit TIFF for Resolve which always produces wonky results as there is no sRGB destination, only a Rec 709 (sRGB, sRGB, Rec 709). So these tests had to be done fully within Rec 709. Still wonky as it pumps up the luma like a lift operation.
I tried the same with 3DLutCreator which turned out quite terrible. No idea what it matches against but probably not the actual values. I tried with my own chart (for matching output of different rendering engines) which has the XRite values in sRGB, it even shifted that one.
Now my question is: Can somebody help me figure out a proper sRGB output that can be used for file out? Something that I, and others who use Nuke can add to the config.ocio and have a way to ship a product the same way it looked in the viewer. Similar to how it works in ICC space where we have a few options how to transform between profiles would be great.