This tutorial helps you to understand batter how ACES work with Blender and also learn how to set up an aces workflow in Blender. If you new to this let’s know a few more about ACES before going to the topic.
ACES is the Academy Color Encoding System created by folks in the industry to have a consistent and accurate color interchange and workflow. The ACES is a free, open input device transform color management and image data interchange system that can be applied to almost any current or future workflow. You can Download the ACES plugin for free from GitHub.
This is the 1st tutorial on how to step ACES workflow in Blender and config.ocio file in a text editor to work through that extensively long IOs for a texture.
Learn how to use ACES in Blender and barebones basics of using ACES
This is a new tutorial from Glass Hand Studios about working with ACES in Blender Resolve. There are different workflow in ACES and Blender, the most prominent was a linear workflow most users use. Where all aces color textures and HDRI images are converted to ACES before render in 3D software Blender or any other.
If you are more interested in ACES workflow check out this tutorial ACES for Cinema 4D