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Darren Paul asked ·

Python tx conversion

Hello


When using IPR render convert to tx, the tx files render correctly, however our python method for creating tx files does not work and has a pink hue.
We are using Houdini


Does anyone know what might be causing this?

Kind Regards

Darren

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Stephen Blair answered ·

No, because we don't know what your Python script does.

Run oiiotool -v --info on the tx files, and compare the Software metadata

    Software: "OpenImageIO-Arnold 2.1.0dev : maketx "C:/Users/Stephen Blair/Documents/maya/projects/default/sourceimages/test_noicon.jpg" --opaque-detect --cons
tant-color-detect --fixnan box3 --oiio -v -u --unpremult --oiio --colorconvert "ACES - ACES2065-1" "ACES - ACEScg""


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