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2015/11/30

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Bertl
back now ...
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Bertl
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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se6astian
good morning
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Bertl_zZ
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Bertl
morning folks!
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troy_s
Nice little article. Anything come out of it?
15:56
se6astian
not yet :)
16:05
troy_s
se6astian: Is there an overarching plan in place yet via that process?
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troy_s
Part of the colorimetry thing (and this goes for the dipshittery behind “highlight recovery”) is that often the optics are extremely myopic, as opposed to one with a higher view of a typical pipeline.
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troy_s
(The needs of color accuracy and interchange exceed the attempts to recover "non data" for example)
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se6astian
not entirely sure I understand what you mean
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se6astian
but please comment on the article itself then those who held/were at the workshop will see it and be able to comment on it
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troy_s
se6astian: The whole colorimetry discourse has hidden and implied sets of assumptions.
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troy_s
se6astian: Which means that depending on what vantage you are coming at the problem from, you have different sets of needs.
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troy_s
se6astian: So for example, if you are mixing footage etc. in a post production pipe, the last thing you would want is any sort of goofy highlight recovery. Could be a post production “effect” to try and augment some sequence if handled carefully, but certainly not desirable as the information made is not information at all.
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irieger
troy_s: se6astian Which article are you talking about?
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troy_s
se6astian: Same goes for colorimetry work, as the goal may be some perceptual reason or perhaps matching across footage etc.
17:52
troy_s
se6astian: My caution point would be that folks interested in colorimetry would do the conversation well to frame and anchor all discussions based on the context in question. (In Apertus' case, “cinema” camera plays a large role, as with all of the design decisions thus far, which should equally steer discussions / debates / research accordingly.)
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troy_s
irieger: New post on Apertus.org
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troy_s
irieger: Hopefully my point is clear and not clear-like-mud. :)
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irieger
ah, missed that one today
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troy_s
It can be a tiring discussion largely because the same territory must be rehashed over and over; cross disciplinary paths are extremely complex to navigate.
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troy_s
I think it is at least part of the reason that folks lean to kitchen-sink applications and approaches because very few people are happy being immersed in a constant feeling of "I don't feel in control"
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se6astian
sorry troy_s, I assumed your original comment was about the new article release: https://www.apertus.org/second-AXIOM-workshop-at-Louis-Lumiere-school-article-November-2015
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troy_s
That is it se6astian
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troy_s
Was wondering if there was anything coming out of the effort yet or some of the design constraints / goals etc.
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troy_s
Looks great though.
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se6astian
the goal so far was more to to get students in touch with the technology, the philosophy and encourage them to dig deeper
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Bertl
off for now ... bbl
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