The tool has now become the second software project of the Academy Software Foundation (ASWF), a Linux Foundation-owned open source association.
“We want to contribute OpenColorIO back to the community that relies on it, and the Academy Software Foundation is a natural fit,” Sony Pictures Imageworks vice president and head of software development Michael Ford said.
“The developers and companies that use it every day will guide the project roadmap, starting with the features and release cadence for a new 2.0 version.”
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