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Colorist lingo: Exploring raw and log formats and lookup tables (LUTs)

Colorist lingo: Exploring raw and log formats and lookup tables (LUTs): DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training
Colorist lingo: Exploring raw and log formats and lookup tables (LUTs): DaVinci Resolve 11 Essential Training

An overview of colorist lingo explores raw and log formats, and lookup tables (LUTs) in DaVinci Resolve 11. Raw describes a file format that lacks image processing features, like exposure and white balance, that most cameras add automatically. Raw files allow users the greatest opportunity to alter a video in post-production. While raw files are very large, log files are smaller, and come with basic processing. LUTs come in several types, and allow quick adjustment of log and raw files.

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Color Correction Video DaVinci Resolve

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