How to 'export' a Look file for general use outside of a Library?

Adobe Community Professional ,
Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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I would like to be able to make the Looks in Capture usable outside of the CC Libraries, and I can't find anyway to do that.

 

Other than dragging onto a clip in a sequence, then exporting that Lumetri instance as a .cube or a .Look. Which is an incredible bit of kludge to get the job done ...

 

Help?

 

Neil

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Explorer , Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021
Dear Neil,In Capture, go to the Looks tab. Select the LOOK you want to export. On the bottom of the interface, select the export button, it looks like a box with an arrow exiting from it. Select export as.. and select either Image or Look.Please refer to the image below for export button :I hope this helps.  Regards,Shivam

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Dear Neil,

In Capture, go to the Looks tab. Select the LOOK you want to export.
On the bottom of the interface, select the export button, it looks like a box with an arrow exiting from it. Select export as.. and select either Image or Look.

Please refer to the image below for export button :

step2.jpg

I hope this helps. 

 

Regards,

Shivam

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Thanks! Exactly what I was looking for ...

 

Neil

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