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  1. They told me it was the intended behavior, so I'm...

    They told me it was the intended behavior, so I'm pessimistic about them fixing it.
  2. Yeah, that's kind of their pitch, but it doesn't...

    Yeah, that's kind of their pitch, but it doesn't really pan out. I also got in touch with FilmConvert, and they told me that you need to double the ISO when using their IPP2 profile because "IPP2 was...
  3. In case anyone else cares about this - I think...

    In case anyone else cares about this - I think I've figured it out. Since the profile is labeled IPP2, I thought it might be meant to actually work in IPP2 as a Creative LUT, i.e. with no actual...
  4. Absolutely. I've been using Resolve for about...

    Absolutely. I've been using Resolve for about five years now, and Apple Color before that when I was in school. I know a few people that are into the film emulation LUTs like Impulz, but I avoid them...
  5. Yeah - I think FilmConvert just has a very...

    Yeah - I think FilmConvert just has a very aggressive toe with IPP2 for some reason. Here's another example (pulling from RED's samples). Using the RLF preset is a little under (but fine), whereas...
  6. Yeah, I wondered if the recalibration played some...

    Yeah, I wondered if the recalibration played some factor in the difference between the Weapon Helium preset (darker lime the Dragon) and the Epic-W Helium preset (brighter as seen). But no clue why...
  7. FilmConvert's IPP2 profile looks terrible - what am I missing?

    Anybody using FilmConvert with their IPP2 preset? I've been testing it out, and while the DC2/RLF profiles are a bit dark (except the Epic-W one which is brighter for some reason), changing the...
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