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  1. #1 RED Apple Workflow Installer V15 
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    RELEASE NOTES

    RED APPLE WORKFLOW INSTALLER V15

    VERSIONS OF THE COMPONENTS INSIDE:

    FCPX Plugin: 1.24
    Preference Panel: 2.20
    Quicktime Codec: 6.7
    Log and Transfer Plugin for FCP: 31.7
    Color Plugin: 4.16
    REDcode Preference Panel - FCP X Image Pipeline changes:
    Replaced "Import IPP2 as HDR" option with "Decode Transform" list.
    "Decode Transform" overrides are applied to both Legacy and IPP2 imports.
    "Decode Transform" options:
    Auto (SDR or Log): based on camera metadata and is the default
    LOG (RWG / Log3G10)
    SDR (Rec.709 / BT.1886)
    HDR (Rec.2020 / HDR-2084)
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    Poster's note:
    This was released in May but I didn't see it posted anywhere.

    While it's not mentioned in the notes this release seems to have support for Komodo.
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    I'll note that the behavior for Decode Transform is precisely what I've been talking about in other posts with respect to camera metadata and both RedCine-X and DaVinci Resolve. Namely that gamma is being set in Camera metadata but is essentially meaningless when user chooses decode transforms for editing/grading/viewing.

    Nice to see that the Apple Workflow quietly acknowledges this. Sad that DaVinci Resolve quietly ignores this. Yes I know there's a work-around to turn on a lot of manual controls and override that way. But it's not elegant for IPP2 to not work out of the box in 3 simple cases: Log, SDR, and HDR.
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    I still don't understand why the plugin hasn't been updated to account for all the IPP2 controls like other apps have? Shouldn't we have the option to adjust the contrast and highlight falloff from within FCPX by now?
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