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    I want to get this thread going for technical questions on REDWideGamutRGB (RWG) and Log3G10, and how they fit into the new IPP2 system. To start:

    https://www.red.com/downloads/585358faf01b3062ab0009f8

    is a white paper I put together with the basic math, sample code, graphs and details so you can integrate RWG and Log3G10 into diverse workflows.

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    1. Thanks Graeme
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    Making a sticky! (feels good, it's been a while!)

    Adding this here.

    If you are looking to get started with IPP2 today either in REDCINE-X Pro or 3rd party applications, here's how to start.


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    I'm getting asked a bunch either how or for the IPP2 Preview LUT. Here's a short explanation to get people started.

    Download this IPP2 Preview LUT (this is RED's official preview LUT):

    http://www.phfx.com/temp/reduser/phf...PreviewLUT.zip

    Instructions for REDCINE-X PRO:



    For 3rd Party Applications, do the same as above and apply the 3D LUT via whatever program you are using.

    This is an ongoing development and there will be additional workflow notes as IPP2 is fully released and new features come via software as well.
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    Flies way above my head. But looks great I think. So when can we have this in camera? And will we be able to playback with RWG,LoG3g10 +lut in camera or only see that while in record or livefeed?

    Seams like a LOG3G10torec709 combo thing would be what we need in camera and then in grading be able to switch to Log3g10 and choose what lut to go with. or how is it meant to be implemented on the cameras?
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    In camera now with today's firmware release.

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    Hey Graeme I have a question about LOG3G10. If you used it as your recording space could you theoretically get more dynamic range out of a camera because of the number of stops LOG3G10 has above mid gray? Right now when you click on tools and see the RAW sensor info I'm assuming that's a traditional LOG image. Or is its primary purpose to be a large holding color space that is used to easily convert an expanded raw color space into different working color spaces?

    I've been experimenting with RWG and LOG3G10 a great deal since it was released in Da Vinci Resolve. I can clearly see the benefit of RWG especially in conjunction with a saturation boost from a LAB color based node. I've been getting much better color contrast and speration without colors ever becoming too garish and over saturated. I still have not found, however, the real benefits of using log3g20 vs RED Log Film. To my eye, once you normalize the footage, the dynamic range between Red log film and LOG3G10 looks the same. One just uses more video gain then the other to get there.
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    Quick test this morning with the new IPP2 in camera preset (Epic-W). Without pixel peeping my first feeling was that there are subtle improvements in skin tones which is nice.

    But what I don't understand is when I load the files in RedCine the color profile shows me DragonColor2 and Redgamma4.
    So, is the IPP2 in camera for preview only?
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    I don't use Redcine X but if you look in the card that you shot the new footage there should be a IPP2.cube lut that you can then bring into a program like Da Vinci Resolve and use it there. My clips came into Da Vinci Resolve as RWG and LOG3G10. One note for me is I used the IPP2 look as a LUT in my Weapon Helium. Don't know if that's necessary to make the camera include the LUT in the clips folder on the card. Shooting with a LUT always included the LUT I used with my footage even before this new build.
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