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  1. Hi James, yes, I was talking about the OCIO adjustment layer. Thanks again for the explanation, very interesting and very useful especially with the naming convention!
  2. Hi James, thank you for looking into this and the detailed write-up. The workaround works fine. It also worked by assigning the mask to each layer but that's not very efficient. So thanks for the workaround! I'm fairly new to Affinity and all the OCIO and ACES workflow. I'm working in Cinema 4D with Octane and I usually produce more animations than stills, which worked pretty good so far with linear. Stills however are different because of the ICC system. Regarding the object layer color: it can be expensive to render out straight alphas for animations but I also got to sa
  3. Hi Chris, thank you and thanks for the reply! I uploaded the EXR, affinity file and the LUT into the dropbox. I had this problem on all my EXRs so far, unfortunately I can`t share the others because of NDA but let me know if you need another example.
  4. Hey everyone, thanks to the great OCIO support and the performance, I´m using affinty photo more and more to process my still linear exr renderings out of octane for cinema 4D. Unfortunately I'm having an issue with alpha masking of groups with this workflow. These are the steps I take: 1. I'm rendering a half float linear exr and use the "object layer color" for alpha masking [because it's faster to render inside of octane]. 2. I take the exr into affinty [] 3. Use OCIO to convert the Image to sRGB 4. Below that, I adjust my exposure if necessary 5. On T
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