ociobakelut man page

ociobakelut — manual page for ociobakelut 1.0.9


ociobakelut -- create a new LUT or icc profile from an OCIO config or lut file(s)

usage: ociobakelut [options] <OUTPUTFILE.LUT>

example: ociobakelut --inputspace lg10 --outputspace srgb8 --format flame lg_to_srgb.3dl example: ociobakelut --lut filmlut.3dl --lut calibration.3dl --format flame display.3dl example: ociobakelut --lut look.3dl --offset 0.01 -0.02 0.03 --lut display.3dl --format flame display_with_look.3dl example: ociobakelut --inputspace lg10 --outputspace srgb8 --format icc ~/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/test.icc example: ociobakelut --lut filmlut.3dl --lut calibration.3dl --format icc ~/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/test.icc

Using Existing OCIO Configurations

--inputspace %s
Input OCIO ColorSpace (or Role)
--outputspace %s
Output OCIO ColorSpace (or Role)
--shaperspace %s
the OCIO ColorSpace or Role, for the shaper
--looks %s
the OCIO looks to apply
--iconfig %s
Input .ocio configuration file (default: $OCIO)

Config-Free LUT Baking

(all options can be specified multiple times, each is applied in order) --lut %s Specify a LUT (forward direction) --invlut %s Specify a LUT (inverse direction) --slope %f %f %f slope --offset %f %f %f offset (float) --offset10 %f %f %f offset (10-bit) --power %f %f %f power --sat %f saturation (ASC-CDL luma coefficients)

Baking Options

--format %s
the lut format to bake: flame (.3dl), lustre (.3dl), cinespace (.csp), houdini (.lut), iridas_itx (.itx), icc (.icc)
--shapersize %d
size of the shaper (default: format specific)
--cubesize %d
size of the cube (default: format specific)
Write to stdout (rather than file)
Print help message

ICC Options

--whitepoint %d
whitepoint for the profile (default: 6505)
--displayicc %s
an icc profile which matches the OCIO profiles target display
--description %s
a meaningful description, this will show up in UI like photoshop (defaults to "filename.icc")
--copyright %s
a copyright field (default: "No copyright. Use freely."


January 2017 ociobakelut 1.0.9 User Commands