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    I've downloaded it and tried creating a DCP but getting some weird green pixels on the final image. Now, this isn't a grade I've done so I'm figuring that it's not able to process the extreme colors (out of gammut?), but I'm not sure what to do? There are no settings in DCP-o-matic to limit colors or anything that refers to the green pixelated parts of the image. I thought it was just in the preview, but it ended up on the DCP as well. Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    I've downloaded it and tried creating a DCP but getting some weird green pixels on the final image. Now, this isn't a grade I've done so I'm figuring that it's not able to process the extreme colors (out of gammut?), but I'm not sure what to do? There are no settings in DCP-o-matic to limit colors or anything that refers to the green pixelated parts of the image. I thought it was just in the preview, but it ended up on the DCP as well. Anyone?
    What type of source files are you using? Can you send me an example input that triggers this? (to carl@dcpomatic.com)
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