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Hello all, I am looking to integrate affinity photo into our pipeline using the aces workflow. I've been designated this task and it seems a bit more difficult than in nuke. The aim is to be able to produce cg renders and textures in a correct colorspace, and avoid the blackbox of colorprofiles that is other photoediting software. Currently, I import a rendered image into affinity photo, and i go to the 32-bit preview, and set it to srgb, as that is what my display is. The imported file was appended with acescg so it performs the view transform perfectly to match nuke. I am very pleased with this. I realise that this is a view transform however, and that the image under the hood is still in the working space How would i go about exporting the image as utility raw, or srgb while achieving the same apparance as the view transform in the 32 bit preview? when i switch to the icc profiles, everything gets screwed up, i assume cause opencolorio isn't being used to color manage the document anymore, but i have noticed there are ocio adjustment layers i was hoping i could use when in the icc profile? Many thanks for reading! Rusher
Hi This is a bug that happened in the previous version, and I was hoping it would get fixed in V02. If you have a 2 projects open (1 or both being 32bit) and you switch between them, the 32bit project gets washed out in the viewport and you have to switch display transforms in order for it to display properly again in the viewport. This happens every time you switch between project windows.