There will be times when you will collaborate with others on a project. One of these collaborators could be a colorist or someone who knows how to create quality Lookup Tables, or LUTs. How do you apply a LUT a colleague sent you? Author Richard Harrington demonstrates how to import and add a custom LUT to your shots in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Earlier, I showed you that process…of working with a colorist.…I'd like to revisit that and take a little bit…of a second pass to show you some additional choices.…In the Project panel here,…go to the folder called 3_5 Collaborate.…And drag those two clips into a new sequence.…This was actually the shot that I used…when I collaborated with Robbie Carman, the colorist.…And, by exporting that, it was easy for him…to give me some feedback.…
If you're really pinched for time,…remember, from File, Export, there's a wide range here.…You can choose to make a Media file,…and can even go as simple…as creating a TIFF image, or a JPEG…that you attach to an email.…I'd recommend TIFF, and that's gonna make it easy.…But rather than doing a long sequence,…make sure you just press i o,…and mark out a small range there, one frame.…So you export out a single, still image.…
That's gonna make it easy to send them…a relatively high-quality file.…If I click Export, for example,…let's just save that to the Desktop there.…There's the file.…
- What is a lookup table?
- Applying corrective LUTs
- Applying LUTs for style
- Creating custom LUTs
- Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets