OCIO Converter

OCIO Converter is a small standalone tool to convert albedo and HDRi textures to specific OCIO color spaces.
The app is built with Pyside2 (Python and Qt).

AVAILABLE ON GUMROAD

More info about OpenColorIO:
https://opencolorio.org
https://github.com/AcademySoftwareFoundation/OpenColorIO

RELEASE NOTES

1.07
Make OCIO Environment Variable optional.

1.06
Enable drag&drop files into list view.
List all OCIO profiles in source colorspace dropdown.

1.05
Make output suffix working with UDIM naming convention.

1.04
Fix OCIO aliases parsing for config version smaller than 1.0.3.

1.03
Fixed bad python subprocess call.
Added output file compression settings.

1.02
Added batch process and dark skin.

1.01
Create suffix according the destination color space.

1.00
First release.

QOCIO Converter

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  • Adam Chan - July 1, 2022 reply

    Hi, is there anyway I can make the OCIO converter to remember the path to the config file so that I don’t have to locate it every time? I didn’t want to set the OCIO as my system global environment variable, as I have some custom config files for different applications. Thanks!

    Q - July 2, 2022 reply

    Hey Adam,
    I just updated the tool to 1.07. You should be able to untick an option now, to prevent environment variable to be used,… and it should be remembered when you restart the tool 😉

    You should also be able to download the new version from here, without additional charge:
    https://qornflex.gumroad.com/l/zlaAs

    Adam - July 4, 2022 reply

    Thanks Q! I see the new version appears on gumroad, but in my library there is only the 1.06 version available.

    Q - July 5, 2022 reply

    In your mailbox 😉

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