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Movie LUTs offer LUTs & Lightroom Profiles based on your favorite movies and TV series. Our goal is to help you achieve the Hollywood film look without the Hollywood budget. By using our LUTs & Lightroom Profiles you can quickly emulate the color look from the desired movie, or use them as a starting point to your unique color grade. We make your color grading simply amazing and amazingly simple.
In order to use LUTs you need a video or photo editing program that supports the use of LUTs. Examples of some of the programs that support LUTs are: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve, Avid Media Composer, Wondershare Filmora, Sony Vegas, LumaFusion...
You can find instructions on how to use LUTs in a specific program down below.
When you purchase our LUT you also get a detailed instructions document which will further help you get the most of our LUTs.
Yes, you can use Movie LUTs on both photos and videos.
Yes. We offer an option to purchase either a Lightroom Profile version (best for photos) or a LUT version (best for videos) for all our bundle packs.
Yes, you just need an app that supports the use of LUTs.
1. Open your footage in Premiere Pro.
2. Right click within the Project panel.
3. Select New Item, then Adjustment Layer. Click OK in the dialog box.
4. With your new adjustment layer selected, go to the Color menu (at the top of the program).
5. Open the Creative tab in the Lumetri Color panel.
6. Click the dropbox next to Look to open the menu.
7. You can now select a LUT from the menu or click Browse to find one you’ve saved on your device.
To change the intensity, use the slider immediately below the thumbnail beneath the Look dropdown.
1. Start a new project or open an existing one in Adobe After Effects.
2. Right click on the timeline and select New Adjustment Layer.
3. With the adjustment layer selected go to Effect > Utility > Apply Color LUT (or drag and drop Apply Color LUT if the Effects and Presets panel is visible).
4. Browse in the dialog box to find and select the desired LUT.
You can modify the intensity of the LUT after that point in the Effects panel.
1. Go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Lookup. (You can also pull this option up directly from the Layers menu, just like any other adjustment layer.)
2. Now you’ll see the Color Lookup options. Check 3DLUT File, then click the dropdown box for that option.
3. You may see some preloaded LUTs. You can select any of those you like, or you can select Load 3D LUT to browse your device for the LUT file you want.
1. Open your project in DaVinci Resolve.
2. At the bottom right of the program you’ll see the Settings icon. Click on it.
3. Under Color Management, select Open LUT Folder.
4. You can now open a Finder window containing your LUT. Drag and drop the correct file into the open DaVinci Resolve folder.
5. Close the folders and refresh your options by clicking Update Lists.
6. Select your LUT from the 3D Input Lookup Table dropdown menu and click Save.
1. Select your footage in the Final Cut Pro timeline.
2. Open the Effects browser, select the Color category on the left, then select Custom LUT.
3. Click the Video icon (it looks like a short film strip).
4. In the Custom LUT tab of the Video inspector, click LUT > Choose Custom LUT.
5. Find and select the desired LUT and click Open.
You can now select the input and output color spaces and use the Mix slider to adjust the intensity. Final Cut Pro will apply your LUT.
1. Open your clip and double tap it in the timeline.
2. If any LUTs are already loaded, you’ll see thumbnails of them. Below those thumbnails, you’ll see an arrow pointing to the right, into a rectangle. Tap that icon.
3. Now you will see a menu of supported places to import from. Browse to find and select the LUT you wish to import and use.
1. Go to Settings > Color Management.
2. In the dialog box that opens, click Select LUT File.
3. Browse to find the file you want to use, select it, and click Open. (You may see a message that it installed correctly. You can dismiss it and close out the Select LUT File dialog box.)
Now you can apply it to your footage:
1. Go to Effects > Image
2. On the right side of the screen you’ll see the available effects. Drag and drop Color LUT to your footage.
3. Select Effect Mode (the leftmost icon right above your timeline).
4. Beneath Available LUTs in the menu that opens, you’ll see a blank box. Click the box to find and select the desired LUT.
1. With your clip on the timeline, click the Video Effects tab.
2. Expand the All folder.
3. Scroll down until you see LUT Filter. Drag it to your footage on the timeline.
4. In the dialog box that opens, click Browse.
5. Select your LUT and click Open.
6. Use the Strength slider to adjust the intensity.