[Tig] full gamut vs. gamut controlled
jdanna at teamgroup.tv
Mon May 17 17:59:34 BST 2010
I recently talked to cinetal about this (the gamut controlled mode is a new feature in the latest software).
They basically said, if you are working in 709, or any other defined color space, to use gamut controlled mode, or the image will appear over saturated.
The "full gamut" mode is for if you are emulating film stock with a LUT, so you can use the full gamut of the monitor.
From: tig-bounces at colorist.org on behalf of Janet Falcon
Sent: Mon 5/17/2010 12:43 PM
Subject: [Tig] full gamut vs. gamut controlled
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Our beloved crt just died, so we replaced it with a Cinetal Cinemage
LCD monitor. My question is how are most colorists setting up their
monitors, full gamut, or gamut controlled? The gamut controlled
setting seems to be closer to what I am used to seeing, but I
understand the full gamut shows what actually exists. Are home
monitors capable of showing full gamut, and if so, is full gamut being
broadcast? What about dvd/blurays? Are they capable of showing full
gamut? I should probably add that we do all types of work, including
commercials and broadcast releases for feature films. The majority of
work being done in this suite is for commercial or dvd/bluray
release. All of our grading for theatrical release is being done on a
projector which is native p3 color space and LUTed into what ever the
final release will be.
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