[Bf-committers] Blender developers meeting notes - 2018-10-22
Brecht Van Lommel
brechtvanlommel at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 16:28:12 CEST 2018
Saving to an intermediate file format is not part of "modifying the look of
an image in a creative manner" in my opinion. I can not find public
discussion about using looks for other purposes.
I agree Blender OCIO integration has limitations, but I'm not sure how
integrating looks in a different way would help improve the UI.
Anyway, it was relatively easy to change Filmic to work with looks this way
before, it should be possible to keep it working the same.
On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 3:38 PM Troy Sobotka <troy.sobotka at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 24, 2018, 2:23 AM Brecht Van Lommel <brechtvanlommel at gmail.com
> > We've had this discussion before, and I still did not see the explanation
> > from OCIO looks about looks being intended for this. The documentation
> > seems to say something else.
> You don't see it, yet it has been discussed with the lead developers and
> many other OCIO folks ad nauseum.
> This is a resolved point, and the documentation confirms the position.
> > A “look” is a named color transform, intended to modify the look of an
> image in a “creative” manner (as opposed to a colorspace definition which
> tends to be technically/mathematically defined). An OCIO look typically
> exists as a flexible addendum to a defined viewing transform.
> But even besides that, it's just poor user interface design to use the Look
> > setting for both artistic looks and saving to an intermediate file
> That's Blender's design problem, not the design of the configuration. That
> is something that needs to be redesigned within Blender.
> I don't disagree, but that is the poor way that Blender integrates colour
> And when switching between Default and Filmic it's not good for None to
> > have a a different purpose, settings should generally be orthogonal.
> I don't believe this is asserted in OCIO. I can think of a number of
> situations where this wouldn't be the case.
> With that said, the Apple P3 branch works fine like this, and the various
> contrasts behave identically under each display type.
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