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    Released at NAB? Or before?
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    Before. :)
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    Cool. You posted above me just as I posted mine.

    I used the contact form on irispaintbox.com, will I get a notice when it's ready?

    Does/will it support SDI out with AJA/BMD?

    Any chance this could be turned into an OFX plugin?

    DPX not supported as input format?
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    Yup, you'll get a notice. SDI out is not currently supported but on the list.
    It has CMS support though and you can load a profile for your currently used screen.
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    It seems, that it's the same developer- Oleg Sharonov, that originally developed 3D LUT Creator.
    http://3dlutcreator.com.
    His ideas of using specialized color spaces to pull clean keys based on the material can be considered revolutionary. Instead of just RGB and HSL keyer, you may end up with few more. I think that is the real gem. I hope software manufacturers start incorporating those ideas inside their offerings.
    Also, what is the difference between 3D LUT creator and Paintbox? I haven't had a chance to play with Paintbox, but it seems that both have the same tools and both can export LUTs. Is it just the interface difference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jake blackstone View Post
    It seems, that it's the same developer- Oleg Sharonov, that originally developed 3D LUT Creator.
    http://3dlutcreator.com.
    His ideas of using specialized color spaces to pull clean keys based on the material can be considered revolutionary. Instead of just RGB and HSL keyer, you may end up with few more. I think that is the real gem. I hope software manufacturers start incorporating those ideas inside their offerings.
    Also, what is the difference between 3D LUT creator and Paintbox? I haven't had a chance to play with Paintbox, but it seems that both have the same tools and both can export LUTs. Is it just the interface difference?
    Don't know exactly, but these gents do. I think Oleg is involved. I've really been enjoying 3D LUT Creator. I can think of a dozen or so features I'd love to have them add to it, but it's been an interesting tool to "craft" LUTs. Also some interface and performance enhancements would be lovely.

    I think Paintbox is the maybe the future of 3D LUT Creator?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jake blackstone View Post
    It seems, that it's the same developer- Oleg Sharonov, that originally developed 3D LUT Creator.
    http://3dlutcreator.com.
    His ideas of using specialized color spaces to pull clean keys based on the material can be considered revolutionary.
    Glad we agree. I take my hat off to Oleg.

    Years back I thought I was alone in this and sucked it in, while software developers were holding fingers in ears.
    I wasn't thinking about the keys though, I cared about sculpting the signal and more signal representations. There is one cool guy on this forum with whom I've had a nice little chat about this concept.

    You may perceive those color spaces and planes superior not just for keys but for precise access to specific picture tonality.
    Nothing comes close.

    Quote Originally Posted by jake blackstone View Post
    I think that is the real gem. I hope software manufacturers start incorporating those ideas inside their offerings.
    Also, what is the difference between 3D LUT creator and Paintbox? I haven't had a chance to play with Paintbox, but it seems that both have the same tools and both can export LUTs. Is it just the interface difference?
    Paintbox goes further. Things under the hood. Things in the feel. Things in the usability. Things to be added.
    3DLC was built with photography in mind. Iris Paintbox moves the focus to cinematography and professional color grading realm. If you have been using 3DLUT creator you'll be able to see gradual changes. First few interface changes > optimizations and few new features. Small team so changes take time.
    Small steps. Clear vision.
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    I'm really hoping for OFX. Then there is no jumping back and fourth between Paintbox and your grading software.
    BTW, right now 3D LUT Creator is effectively $199. Also, a 30 day demo license should be considered. You only can truly appreciate it, if you could try it with your grading software. Not sure about Paintbox, but with a demo of 3D LUT Creator you can't export LUTs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hrvoje Simic View Post
    Update:

    - Early adopter price is $200 and it is valid until the end of NAB
    - App should be available during next few weeks
    - Trial version to play with is coming as well

    Awesome. This looks great.
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    I can't comment on OFX, waiting for Oleg to find time to chime in. He's pretty bombed.

    @ Frederik - DPX not currently supported but on the list.
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