I’m having a problem where I tested rendering a single frame that had been roto’d in Silhouette, I rendered this frame as both and OpenEXR and a Tiff both with RGB and Alpha (was not sure which file format I would need/prefer to use). When I compare these rendered frames to the original Tiff frame I exported from After Effects, the Silhouette Renders as Tiff and OpenEXR are waaay brighter. The only time I get a perfect Silhouette Render to match is by choosing JPG for the output, but If I want Alpha, jpg only creates a separate jpg for the alpha, not like the embedded alpha like Tiff or OpenEXR.
The original video files are Panasonic VLOG 10bit, the AE and Silhouette projects are both set to 16bit. The tiff sequence I exported from AE to use in Silhouette definitely matches perfectly with the original movie files being used in AE, but I have only done roto work and no color/brightness tweaks in Silhouette, so I’m at a blank for the reason I’m not getting a perfect Silhouette Render match when Rendering as tiff or OpenEXR. I’m thinking maybe it’s colorspace related possibly? But I have no idea how to correct this for Rendering as Tiff or OpenEXR.
Thanks for any help!!!