OCIODisplay node

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This documentation is for version 1.0 of OCIODisplay.

Description

Uses the OpenColorIO library to apply a colorspace conversion to an image sequence, so that it can be accurately represented on a specific display device.

Inputs

Input Description Optional
Source   No

Controls

Parameter / script name Type Default Function
OCIO Config File / ocioConfigFile N/A   OpenColorIO configuration file
Input Colorspace / ocioInputSpaceIndex Choice   Input data is taken to be in this colorspace.
Display Device / displayIndex Choice   Specifies the display device that will be used to view the sequence.
View Transform / viewIndex Choice   Specifies the display transform to apply to the scene or image.
Gain / gain Double 1 Exposure adjustment, in scene-linear, prior to the display transform.
Gamma / gamma Double 1 Gamma correction applied after the display transform.
Channel View / channelSelector Choice RGB
Specify which channels to view (prior to the display transform).
RGB: Color.
R: Red.
G: Green.
B: Blue.
A: Alpha.
Luminance: Luma
Enable GPU Render / enableGPU Boolean On
Enable GPU-based OpenGL render.
If the checkbox is checked but is not enabled (i.e. it cannot be unchecked), GPU render can not be enabled or disabled from the plugin and is probably part of the host options.
If the checkbox is not checked and is not enabled (i.e. it cannot be checked), GPU render is not available on this host.
key1 / key1 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
value1 / value1 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
key2 / key2 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
value2 / value2 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
key3 / key3 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
value3 / value3 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
key4 / key4 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
value4 / value4 String  
OCIO Contexts allow you to apply specific LUTs or grades to different shots.
Here you can specify the context name (key) and its corresponding value.
Full details of how to set up contexts and add them to your config can be found in the OpenColorIO documentation:
OCIO config help... / ocioHelpDisplays Button   Help about the OpenColorIO configuration.
(Un)premult / premult Boolean Off Divide the image by the alpha channel before processing, and re-multiply it afterwards. Use if the input images are premultiplied.