The new version of Redshift contains improvements and patches for the new ACES color management. ACES color management in computer graphics and 3D has become an international standard.

In this video tutorial, we will see how to manage the new ACES Color Management in Redshift in the Cinema 4D color workflow with the final comp in Nuke. If you work with Redshift and Cinema 4D, there are a couple of ways you can choose to work with ACES for input and output, including details about ACES and also transforming the display options, in this tutorial from LFO Design shows some ways and they compare.

Let's learn ACES color management in computer graphics and 3D.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOXnBML5wVg

In the video tutorial released by LFO design, the topic in 2 chapters on how to set the pipeline comp + comparisons between different workflows is addressed, in chapters 3 of 5 of their course they have been loaded in the 1 video tutorial.
Software: Cinema 4D R23 / Redshift 3.0.49

For more information on ACES Color Management:

  1. Colour management Fundamentals & ACES workflows lesson

  2. ACES in Redshift, Nuke, Fushion and After Effects Tutorial


What is ACES?

The Academy Color Encoding System (ACES) is becoming the industry standard for managing color throughout the life cycle of a motion picture or television production. The ACES project began its development in 2004 in collaboration with 50 industry professionals. While most DCC’s will have a way to work with ACES, each has its implementation. “This tutorial will show you my workflow for ACES CG,” Franke says. The tutorial covers how to set ACES color up in Cinema 4D and Redshift, then composite on After Effects.

ACES 1.2 is currently integrated into many of the hardware and software tools you already use.

ACES 1.0 is the first production-ready version of the system, the result of over 10 years of research, testing, and field trials. Includes support for a wide range of digital and film production workflows, visual effects, animation, and archiving.