Redshift ACES C4D + AE and Fusion quick set-up

Let’s set-up the ACES color between C4D, Redshift, and Ae/Fusion in this quick workflow, tutorial by Patrick Letourneau.

Why we should use ACES color in our workflow?

If you work with Cinema 4D, Redshift, and you are using for the compositing Nuke, Fusion, or After Effects, check this quick tutorial to manage the color space between viewport, rendering, digital compositing, until the export for the entire 3D pipeline.

If you want to know in deeply this argument check this ACES resource from CG Cinematography: /


Redshift ACES C4D + AE and Fusion quick set-up Tutorial

04:22 Don’t bake your ACES in!
05:47 Installing OCIO + ACES
07:27 Cinema 4D Redshift setup
10:45 Setting up render outputs
12:31 After Effects setup
15:43 Fusion setup (it raw)
17:55 Addendum: HDRIs

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Why use ACES color?

ACES is a free, open, device-independent color management and image interchange system that can be applied to almost any current or future workflow. It was developed by hundreds of the industry’s top scientists, engineers, and end-users, working together under the auspices of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


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