[Tig] DCP vs PRINT

Cédric Lejeune rdb.engineering at free.fr
Fri Dec 30 09:17:10 GMT 2011


Hi Roberto,

in a properly calibrated environment your print and your DCP should look
the same for the colour, the only difference should be the resolution. In
theory if you are in a DI paradigm where film print is the main output,
when grading and creating the DCP you use a set of LUTs that emulates the
output of the film lab.
Sometimes you have to adjust if it's really difficult to stabilize the lab
or if you work with a partially calibrated envinronment, like using generic
film LUTs.

Hope this helps,

Cedric

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