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exporting annotated frames extenstion

When using the built in export annotated frames the capture/export method does not "bake" in the color space or color adjustments you have done in general.  Now this make sense in many situations but there are many times when I would like to bake in the color.  I might be adjusting things up or down and want to note how and where it breaks, or the annoted frames will be looked on without RV and I need to bake in the LUT.

Anyway, I was wondering what the best method for adding this functionality to the standard export annotated frames tool?  I am suspecting its like only an extra line of code or something and don't want to make it a lot harder than it needs to be :)

Thanks

- Chris

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    Seth Rosenthal

    Hey Chris,

    I just tested this in a few versions of RV and it seems to work as expected. If I adjust the color (contrast, hue, exposure) and annotate a frame, the exported jpg image with annotation has the color adjustments baked in. Also if I apply LUTs or shaders in RV, then those are applied too.

    Can you give us a bit more information about exactly what you are doing, what OS you are on, which version of RV, what graphics hardware you have, etc.?

    Cheers,

    Seth

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    Chris Harvey

    hmm...just tested it on my main windows system and it worked fine.  Previously I had tested it on a linux box and with an older version of RV....strange, but its working now so all good!

     

    Thanks

     

    - Chris

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