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Thank you for the new OCIO v2 support in the latest Affinity 2.2 release. I just gave it a quick test run, and unfortunately, I have to report that the ACES sRGB transform seems to be broken when using the built-in OCIO v2 ACES sRGB functions. You can try using this config which is OCIO v2 and works fine in Nuke/Fusion/Davinci Resolve and many other popular renderers. The Log, and Raw spaces are fine. But the ACES sRGB ODT looks identical to the un-tone mapped output. Which isn't correct. As a side note, it would be really nice if we had an option when using the file "export" into an LDR image format to apply or reverse a linear gamma to sRGB gamma. As exporting, say, a PNG or JPEG using OCIO adjustment layers will still output the linear gamma instead of returning it to sRGB Gamma. This washes out the output and makes the process a lot less user-friendly for artists. Whenever you change from 32-bit to 16/8bit in a Photoshop document or output to LDR you have an option to do this, as does the exporting of LDR image formats from an HDR image. This would make working with OCIO much better when users are ready for final export to an LDR image format after doing their color correction or compositing work in 32-bit. Example images and OCIO v1 + LUT folder config (working) and OCIO v2 config (not working fully), along with the LDR image export from HDR image format Gamma issue I mentioned above. Thanks! cong_ocio_v2.ocio OCIO_v1_Config_and_LUT_Folder.zip
Can we please get an update to the OCIO support in Affinity Photo? OCIO has been updated to OCIO v2 which supports a lot of cool new features including built-in transforms for ACES etc. Currently we cannot use OCIO v2 configs and this is rapidly becoming the standard as Nuke is beginning to integrate it, Maya 2022, Arnold Renderer, Redshift Renderer, both Photoshop/After Effects OCIO plugins and more. It would be great to have it upgraded to use OCIO v2 configs inside of Affinity Photo. Thanks! https://opencolorio.readthedocs.io/en/latest/upgrading_v2/_index.html#upgrading-to-v2