[07:53 Thu,9.February 2023 by Rudi Schmidts]
Among other things, ACES is supposed to enable a seamless exchange of cinematographic works, regardless of the source, and to provide uniform interfaces for the entire procedure. This goes so far that even camera profiles for production can be integrated into a complete ACES workflow. If you are interested in more, you can find here on slashCAM two introductory articles on the basics of ACES.
In Adobe&s After Effects, ACES has now been integrated via OpenColorIO (OCIO) as a colour management engine in a first beta and the adjustable parameters seem to provide the most important typical ACES settings now.
The traditional Adobe colour management engine (which uses ICC profiles) has to be switched to OpenColorIO in a project menu for this.
Afterwards, working, composition, display and export colour spaces can be assigned.
A plug-in effect "OCIO Color Space Transform" has also been thought of. This is a colour space conversion effect implemented with the OpenColorIO engine that can be used anywhere in the composition. This can work with CDL or LUT files. Complex 3D LUT interpolations are optionally performed tetrahedral, but this requires a supported(end) GPU.
Many a compositor has been eagerly waiting for this ACES integration, because it allows media to be transferred without big question marks, especially for complex projects in larger teams...
more infos at bei helpx.adobe.com
deutsche Version dieser Seite: Adobe After Effects bekommt ACES Workflow über OpenColorIO