LUTs, also known as look up tables, can be a great way to apply automatic corrections to a shot that was filmed flat in camera or a great way to stylize a shot. In this video, author Nick Harauz shows what LUTs are available in Apple Final Cut Pro X, how to import them into the software and how to even create LUTs with the help of Adobe Photoshop.
- LUTs or lookup tables can be a great way…to apply automatic corrections to a shot…that was filmed flat in the camera…or even stylize a clip.…Let's see the LUTs available in Final Cut Pro 10,…how to import lookup tables into Final Cut…and how to even create our own with the help of Photoshop.…So here I am in my chapter five four project…and we're going to take a look at LUTs or lookup tables…inside of Final Cut.…The first type of lookup table we're going to take a look at…happens to be a camera LUT.…
So sometimes you might be recording…in a certain camera profile like I did here…with the A7S2, where the whole process was…with S log three was to make sure the image…was fairly neutral and expanded in post.…Same thing true of this field shot where it was filmed…in a long format and the idea here is that it's meant…to be flat here at first.…But then you expand your contrast in post.…I'm going to select the first clip here in the timeline.…And like we've done before press command six…to go to the color inspector.…
Note: This version covers the October 2018 update to Final Cut Pro X, including new features such as the comparison view, auditions, compound clips, Photoshop LUTs, exporting to Resolve, and more.
- Using and customizing a color correction workspace
- Making basic corrections
- Previewing adjustments with auditions
- Fixing white balance
- Color matching shots
- Adjusting curves
- Creating a secondary color selection
- Combining shape and color masks
- Applying creative looks with color correction presets
- Creating lookup tables (LUTs) in Photoshop
- Applying filmic looks and effects
- Working with HDR video
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Evaluating and Adjusting Images
2. Making Basic Corrections
3. Working with Curves
Adjusting curves7m 51s
4. Making Secondary Corrections
5. Making Creative Corrections
6. Working with Raw Video
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