ps Your russian is awful. Shame on you if you're a russian-speaking person.
I still haven't had much luck getting an MPEG2 to work properly. There must be a flag or some other setting missing when using ffmpeg to create the stream. I can create a DCP using jpeg2000s, so most of the workflow seems correct. It will be nice to figure out the mpeg, since it can potentially save a lot of time, especially when the source is already mpeg2.
I'm developing a software package that simplifies everything into a one-step process. I forgot how much I dislike building GUIs.
Thank you for the great guide!
I managed to make a simple 15 sec piece (no sound) and tested it in the local cinema...
Hope you guys can help med out here!
The colors are just so wrong!
The look like I have taken a CMYK photo and viewed in RGB - the colors are very bright.
Any ideas on how to get the correct colorspace?
Have you made some colorspace transformations and gamma correction (for exc. by ImageMagik - "convert <frame> -alpha Off -depth 12 -gamma 0.454545 -recolor "0.4124564 0.3575761 0.1804375 0.2126729 0.7151522 0.0721750 0.0193339 0.1191920 0.9503041" -gamma 2.6") ?
Used the guide on page 1 in this thread to make a DCP, but haven't followed any guide regarding the colorspace.
Tried "normal" RGB and also LAB color as I read somewhere that I had to use CIE XYZ?
Now I have downloaded ImageMagick, but I'm not good at that kind of programs.
I need and interface... :-(
Thanks, will have a look.
My problem is only to get the right colorspace.
Making the DCP is no problem....
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