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LUTs (13 Tutorials)

LUTs with Redshift in Cinema 4D

LUTs with Redshift in Cinema 4D, A Quick Tip from Greyscalegorilla

February 12, 2019

Chad Ashley from Greyscalegorilla explains how to get your LUTs with Redshift’s Render View in Cinema 4D in this Quick Tip.

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Assimilate Scratch 9.0 Tutorials

Assimilate Scratch 9.0 Tutorials

September 26, 2018

Several tutorials went up recently for Scratch 9.0. This will give you a nice idea of what Scratch can do for you, from working with HDR, to Color Management, to working with Avid and Matchbox plugin shaders.

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Lemke Software Epicolor Next

Lemke Software Epicolor Next

June 25, 2018

Learn how to use Epicolor Next, with it’s advanced algorithims and simpler and more intuitive UI, to get the perfect color for your footage.

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In Depth: Color Grading is a LUT Easier with LUTs!

In Depth: Color Grading is a LUT Easier with LUTs!

October 17, 2017

A LUT, or Look Up Table, is used in the film industry as an easy method of color grading. It’s an array of numbers to control the color of an image, by mapping one color space to another. Simple enough at the surface, but here’s more than you probably want to know about LUTs.

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“Update selected Look and Replace Image” shortcut in Pomfort LiveGrade

“Update selected Look and Replace Image” shortcut in Pomfort LiveGrade

April 4, 2017

Did you know that you can update a Look or Still in the Library and, at the very same time, replace the still image that is associated with the look? It’s like killing two birds with one stone!

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How to – Muted Cinematic Look in Davinci Resolve 12.5 + Free LUT

How to – Muted Cinematic Look in Davinci Resolve 12.5 + Free LUT

December 2, 2016

Alex Jordan from LearnColorGrading.com has a tutorial that shows how to create a muted film look in Davinci Resolve and is offering the Film Emulation LUTs based on that look for free.

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Magic Bullet Suite 13 Tutorials

Magic Bullet Suite 13 Tutorials

November 22, 2016

Stu Maschwitz, Creative Director for Red Giant’s Magic Bullet line, has made many walkthrough tutorials on the new Magic Bullet Suite 13.  Here he goes a bit more in depth on several different features.

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X-Particles Explosions in Cinema 4D

X-Particles Explosions in Cinema 4D

July 20, 2016

Noah Witchell has a tutorial on making a fiery explosion using the FLIP Solver, which is built into X-Particles.

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Burning Question: How do I get started with Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve?

Burning Question: How do I get started with Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve?

November 16, 2015

DaVinci Resolve is on my list of software to learn this year, too. You’re in luck. I’ve been collecting tutorials together in a list that either look like I’d learn a lot from them or have an interesting outcome. Here are some that will hopefully get you started.

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Red Giant Colorista III in FCPX

Red Giant Colorista III in FCPX

June 25, 2015

Red Giant worked hard to get Colorista III to work seemlessly with Final Cut Pro X.  Here Stu Maschwitz shows you just how beautifully they work together.

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3 Magic Bullet Looks tutorials

3 Magic Bullet Looks tutorials

May 13, 2015

Here are 3 Magic Bullet Looks tutorials covering Film, LUTs, and Color Grading.

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LookLabs: Using Studio LOG in Editing Applications #looklabs

LookLabs: Using Studio LOG in Editing Applications #looklabs

November 13, 2014

This tutorial with LookLabs lead colorist Jeff August covers how to get beautiful filmic images when using non-linear editing programs such as Adobe Premiere, Resolve or Final Cut Pro. First, how to apply a camera patch, then by converting your footage from Rec. 709 to LOG and applying SpeedLooks Studio LOG narrative LUT’s.

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In Depth: 9 Great Freebies for Color Grading After Effects & Premiere Pro

In Depth: 9 Great Freebies for Color Grading After Effects & Premiere Pro

February 4, 2014

The Beat has linked to some nice presets for Premiere Pro & After Effects to give your video work unique color looks. The first couple are from their list. I’ve expanded on the free presets, plus added some great free color grading plug-ins for AE PPRO and more!

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