Thanks Thomas, that’s quite interesting !
Just wanted to share some tests using the latest iteration of Open Display Transform : v0.0.81b3. I used to test thoroughly each version, then got hammered at work, lost a bit of track and finally found some time to test the latest publish. And I must say I am particularly happy with this version. I think this is the best one I had in my hands so far. Congrats Jed !
Here a few images you may have seen before using the default parameters (for sRGB display, with BT.709 primaries) :
Out-of-the-box… This looks pretty neat :
There is a “perceptual dechroma” check box in the node (that’s pretty cool) :
Blue bar, out-of-the-box :
Little cute Netflix’s monkey :
Eisko Louise rendered with the Treasure Island HDRI :
A blue to magenta ACEScg sweep (nice “hue-preserving” path to white) :
Little lego sailors (the one on the left with the moustache is Alex Fry) :
Mery and Zombie playing Star Wars :
RED Xmas (a LMT should help managing better the red tones) :
Selena Gomez’ colourful video clip :
And the sunny sRGB spheres (no accidental hue shifts, yay !)
The Nuke group looks super tidy to me (there’s like ~30 nodes in it) and the model super simple (there’s like less parameters every time). I am trying to have access to a decent HDR display (like EIZO) at work so I can compare both SDR and HDR in the same room. That’d make the review of this version even more complete.
Since the first version of the Naive DRT (back in January !), I think it has been an extraordinary effort from Jed to come with this great version. Impressive mate !
Hope you enjoyed looking at those frames like I did,