MIXING LIGHT PUTS THE SPOTLIGHT ON THE ACADEMY COLOR ENCODING SPECIFICATION (ACES)

Online tutorials give colorists the information they need to start working with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' ACES Specification.


ACES colour grade mixing light ACES tutorial

Herndon, VA — Mixing Light, with its well-known training and educational website featuring courses on the entire spectrum of color correction for moving images, has published a free three-part tutorial on the Academy Color Encoding Specification (ACES) designed so that colorists can understand the specification and how it will impact their workflow.

 

ACES, published by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), is a global standard for motion picture and television production encompassing imaging, interchange and archiving designed for visual consistency throughout production, VFX, post, and archiving workflows – so that everyone sees the same image, no matter where they are located.



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