If you edit your stills in Photoshop you might chose to use the big, nice 16-bit colourspace called Prophoto. But if you print it or send it by mail your pics will look grey and colourless , simply because the printer canít print all the colours in that colourspace. I suppose your mail-program canít show them either. For that reason you should down-convert your colourspace to sRGB before you deliver photos (unless you know that your customer can use ProPhoto). And that downconvert should be Perceptual Ė to move all colours inside the smaller sRGB colorspace - not clipping them away. (Relative Colorimetric is what you might use to convert the other way).My question is:Does it matter what colour- and gammaspace to chose when editing videoclips in Redcine-X for TV?Can you loose colours on your way if clips get converted from a big video-colourspace (Redgamma3 - what is it?? ) to a broadcast-format? I would suppose so?I just ask because too many people tell me that my clips look more grey after I got my RED Epic, using Redcine-X. How can I make sure that my colours look great all the way?