So I am going to be selling a lot of red footage from a project of mine on a stock footage site. I am thinking prores 422 (HQ) should be fine and I was thinking (half high) for the debayer. The original footage was shot in 4k 16:9 and I am scaling it down to 1920x1080.
I am not going to do any color correction but I was thinking of possible altering some of the settings like the color space or LUT (which I know very little about). Currently I think I am just exporting what the camera originally shot with redspace for both LUT and color space. I noticed that when I exported a clip with redspace (without changing any settings) that it looked washed out and a little on the brighter side. I also noticed that the darker area were quite a bit brighter and pretty noisy and I could see faint vertical lines (maybe debayer lines?).
Again I just want to supply the company with good stock footage that has the ability to be color corrected to some degree. I also want it to be as visually appealing and not as washed out as it currently is. I don't have a color calibrated monitor and probably shouldn't get into anything too complicated since I have little experience and knowledge with the intricacies of RED and the like.