Revolution and ColorSync?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Thu Jul 17 11:16:07 EDT 2008


Hi Josh,

Apparently, QT Player takes some gamma value into account, while the  
Rev player object can't do that. I don't think there is any solution  
for this other than using a different codec (which won't take any  
gamma values into account at all).

In Revolution, one may set a gamma value, but it applies to PNG images  
only, AFAIK.

Are you sure that your player object doesn't have any inks or  
blendLevel set?

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On 17 jul 2008, at 03:10, Josh Mellicker wrote:

> I set the filename of a player in Revolution to a Quicktime movie.
>
> The top image here:
>
> http://revcoders.org/color-issue/
>
> is how the movie appears in Revolution, the bottom image is how it  
> appears in Quicktime Player. You can see the top image looked faded  
> and “washed out”.
>
> It seems that QT Player is applying some kind of ColorSync or other  
> color management profile adjustment where Revolution is not?
>
> The codec of the movie is ProRes422, Apple’s new codec. No other  
> codec I tested exhibits this behavior, they look the same in QT  
> Player and in a player in Revolution.
>
> I just wondered if anyone had run into movies displaying differently  
> in Revolution and how they dealt with it.




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