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OCIO v2.0 Support

After reading that Arnold 6.2 supports OpenColorIO 2.0 I'm having trouble finding an actual 2.0 config.ocio file. I see simplified version ships with the current Redshift release but I'm looking for the full profile set.

If this isn't available, would using the config.ocio that ships with Redshift as the system wide environment variable work properly with c4dtoa?

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Peter Horvath answered

Don't think there's an official config released, the last one is v1.2 I guess. Using the one shipped with Redshift or Maya should work fine.

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Read this before posting. Unless I read through this again too fast, it looks like there's no mention of OCIO v2 in the support article or the Github links. Have been running Aces 1.2 for a while. The support article only mentions and links to 1.0.3. Only looking for the version of Aces that includes OCIO v2 like Redshift's included config, but with all profiles.

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I have tried to download ACES config 1.2 several times but one link takes me to another and then to another and I have not been able to get it so I am still with config 1.0.3 anyway I don't think there is a big difference.

But if anyone knows how to download it and can share it would be great.

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@ Diego Bonati here is the real deal for C4D: https://workupload.com/file/wpXbQY7RVrd

extract it anywhere and then show the config.ocio file to arnold in color settings.
the source link: https://github.com/colour-science/OpenColorIO-Configs/tree/feature/aces-1.2-config/aces_1.2

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v1.2 available here:

https://github.com/colour-science/OpenColorIO-Configs

v1.3 released but no configs available yet.

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Thank you very much for the link, but this is what I said this link sends me to another link and then another and I never get to download anything. surely I must have something wrong configured.

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Arnold 7 (C4DtoA 4.0.0) now ships an OCIO v2 config.

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