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    • And the second thing that would make CineSync better would be the ability to have color presets per file type.  We are really loving the OCIO and LUT functions that CineSync has - this makes the color pipeline very easy! Thanks for that. But we tend review different types of media: with CG renders in linear (Rec709Lin or ACEScg), and "video" media in Rec709 or a camera log usually.  We have set up color presets already so we can quickly select the proper OCIO colorspaces and view LUT if applicable.  But that means every time we open a file(s) to review we have to go into the menu to select the preset.   What I am proposing is a way to associate a preset with a file type.  So for example when we are opening a .exr it will be associated with the preset we have built for it.  And then any time a .mov is opened, it uses that preset. Hope that makes sense, and there of course may be a way already, but I have not found it.   Thanks in advance,   JBreckeen.
    • Morning all. I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this request, but I tried the support email with no reply.   We are trying to move over to CineSync from using DJV for a long time now.  So far it is a great step up for our viewing/review pipeline.  But there are a couple of things. The first is the checkerboard background is not great.  When we want to review CG elements with alpha, it is nice to have a non-black background to see the alpha (and quickly notice that the BG is indeed alpha).  But the checkboard that is rendered in CineSync is very jarring being white and mid-grey, and having the checker-blocks so large. It would be very useful if the checkerboard could be customized to allow us to have much smaller blocks, and the colors be black & dark grey (for our use).  Just enough that you can distinguish black from alpha, but also subtle enough so it is not distracting.   Unless of course I am missing how to do this already.   Thanks much,   JBreckeen
    • Hey everyone, I'm new to ftrack and trying to get a handle on managing multiple projects at once. I'm running into a few issues and was hoping some of you could share your strategies and tips. Here are a few things I'm struggling with: Prioritizing Tasks: With so many tasks across different projects, how do you keep track of what needs to be done first? Resource Allocation: How do you make sure you're not overloading your team members while still getting everything done on time? Progress Tracking: What are the best ways to monitor the progress of each project? Are there specific ftrack features that you find particularly helpful? Communication: Any tips on maintaining clear communication with your team when working on multiple projects? Meeting Deadlines: How do you ensure that all project deadlines are met without anything slipping through the cracks? I also check this : https://forum.ftrack.com/topic/1092-manage-multiple-projects-including-a-task-watch-list and informatica bdm But I have not found any solution. I would love to hear any advice, tools, or features within ftrack that you use to make managing multiple projects easier. Thanks a lot!
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