Truelight Colour Spaces
Adding Truelight colour spaces
Once you have downloaded the colour spaces that you would like to add to your repository, unzip them and save them in /usr/fl/etc/colourspaces.
|ACES HDR package
|This custom DRT is for performing grading on an HDR monitor when using Baselight 4.4m1. For more information see the Quick Reference Guide, Grading on HDR displays in Baselight 4.4m1, in the Document Library.
|Additional cameras package
This package contains various additional camera colour spaces. The colour spaces were made based on experimental measurements under daylight.
Colour spaces covered in this package:
- BMD: Film / CinemaPocket
- BMD: Film / Production Camera 4K
- Canon: CineStyle / 5D Mark2
- Canon: Natural Picture Profile / 5D Mark3
- DJI: DCineLike / Phantom3 Pro
- GoPro: Protunes / GoPro 3Plus
- Panasonic: CineD / GH4
Note: These colour spaces contain minimal sample points and have undergone minimal testing. Changes in camera firmware are not tracked, so future updates to cameras may not agree with the measurements taken when these colour spaces were created (May 2016).
|Canon rationalised package
|This set of Truelight Colour Spaces is an updated and rationalised version of colour spaces for Canon cinema cameras. The 17 colour spaces in this package cover the EOS C100, C300, C500, -1D C, XC15,XC10,ME200 and ME20 recording modes. They cover four primaries (Rec709, P3, P3 + BT2020 and CinemaGamut), three OETF (Canon Log 1, Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3) and, for some of them, two light spectra (tungsten and daylight).
|HLG: Rec.2100 Hybrid Log-Gamma package
|This set of Truelight Colour Spaces adds two additional Display Colour Spaces to your system, in order to support Hybrid Log-Gamma deliveries. For more information see the Quick Reference Guide, Grading for Hybrid Log-Gamma HDR, in the Document Library.
|This set of Truelight Colour Spaces provides linear light colour spaces with different sets of primaries, which is useful for VFX workflows.
|This set of Truelight Colour Spaces and DRTs expands the support for RED-specific colour science.
The colour spaces are useful if you are using the RED Weapon camera to record to Apple ProRes and the colour spaces are ‘baked in’. With these colour spaces, you can tag the footage accordingly on input.
The DRTs can be used to get the same colour rendering and tone mapping as the camera uses internally when set to RedGamma4/RedColor4 or RedGamma4/DragonColor2.
|RED IPP2 package (pre-release 02-17)
|This is a pre-release version of the new IPP2 colour science from RED. This package includes a DRT family and two colour spaces that are compatible with the upcoming release of Baselight 5.0. The DRT family is also backwards compatible with Baselight 4.4m1.
Note that RED is still refining the IPP2 DRTs, so these transforms are subject to change.
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