Real color management.
Real color management. Such in After Effects, or better, as DaVinci Resolve.
Emilio Sapia commented
as said. It's been 4 years.
Too late for me. There is another software out there with better performances, proper color management, top class compositor and great audio features. And it costs a fraction.
Why would I support Adobe? I still have my CC only for opening older projects or to use if some clients request that but I'm planing on cancelling my subscription as possible.
I agree. Resolve is designed to work with color. This is the best thing on the market. But, since I want to support the Adobe product, I recommend it. And how it will work is the task of engineers. The main thing is not to stand still and improve the product. Then everyone will be happy. I'm not even talking about such a huge number of bugs in the latest Premiere v update.22. The color interpretation position from LOG to REC 709 doesn't even work there. It just doesn't work and that's it. Although it is implemented in a new function - Color Management. They didn't even check it out when they released it. How is this possible.
Emilio Sapia commented
It's been 4 years now since I submitted this request and nothing has changed.
But I moved completely to Resolve/Fusion. Way better software in any way. Also, no submission.
BTW, OCIO in Adobe is a nightmare.
But as said I don't have to worry about this anymore.
It is better to strive for a production standard when working with color - ACES. Even in the absence of a proprietary camera profile, any source material in a standard format (for example, Rec.709) is converted into the internal ACES space, which ensures uniformity and freedom of manipulation.
Due to the large "margin" in dynamic range and mathematical operations with negative and super-positive floating point values, ACES makes it possible to aesthetically and accurately interpret the image in extreme shadows and lights, avoiding their clipping.
This advantage is especially useful when working with initially contrasting source material — such as Rec.709, Flat profiles for action cameras and drones, videos from smartphones, etc.
At the same time, debayerization occurs immediately into the internal space of ACES, bypassing the intermediate stages of conversion and minimizing the associated possible loss of color accuracy.
I support the OCIO profile for the correct interpretation of the material in the entire Adobe ecosystem.
Liam Kavanagh commented
Agreed with this request, should have other options instead of just Rec709 and 2100. Having OCIO profiles will help in matching up with After Effects and turn Premiere into a proper conforming solution for various outputs.