Hi everybody! I recently discovered this website and I'm excited to learn and teach with other Stop Motion animators.
I animate for a studio, and I'm used to doing all the editing myself. However, we recently shifted to having an editor focus on color correcting all the footage, studio-wide. So I would still make all other edits to my animations, but I need to hand off footage to her that gives her the most flexibility in color correction.
Should I just hand her an image sequence of the .cr2 files, and then make edits after they're colored (seems excessive), or is there a better way where I can edit them first (In After Effects), then hand her some kind of uncompressed video format where she can most flexibly color the footage using Davinci?
I would appreciate any suggestions.