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Cinelog DCP 2017 OpenColorIO configuration installation

Cinelog-C configuration use in After Effects and Premier Pro

The custom Cinelog-C DCP 2017 OpenColorIO configuration included with Cinelog-C DCP 2016 requires installation of a 3rd party OSX/Windows After Effects plugin - this can also be copied for use in Premier Pro.


Please download the latest OpenColorIO for After Effects plugin by visiting:

http://fnordware.blogspot.com/2012/05/opencolorio-for-after-effects.html
(Installation instructions for the plugin are included in the download)


Following installation of OpenColorIO for After Effects please check that it is working with the default included configs. The plugin can be found in the Effects/Utilities folder of After Effects.


Now copy the contents of the Cinelog-C DCP2017 OpenColorIO Configuration folder (i.e. the folder named Cinelog-C DCP 2017) to the root directory of OpenColorIO.

hint - The root location of OpenCOlorIO will contain other folders called nuke-default, spi-vfx, spi-anim and aces. Performing a searching for 'nuke-default' will reveal the path. You should now be able to select the Cinelog-C DCP 2016 configuration in the plugin's dropdown menu.

IMPORTANT: Do not use GPU acceleration when transforming colorspaces. GPU acceleration will clamp the signal to 0.0 - 1.0 float values. ACES and Scene Linear transforms (and several others) will have data laying outside this range and this will be lost/clipped. GPU acceleration is best used when the OCIO plugin is acting as a lut host and should be enable once per composition. Enabling GPU acceleration in more than one instance of the OCIO plugin will cause the GPU to overload and significantly slow rendering time.

 

 

 

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