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LUT in Linear Color Space!

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Jul 29, 2020

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I cannot find a solution on how to apply a LUT in linear color space and getting the same results as in non-linear (where the footage looks correct). 

Any ideas?? Thanks so much!

i was just playin around with some checkboxes ...and these settings in the color profile converter (before and after the LUT) did the trick ... i get the "same" image in linear and non linear color space! i'd be glad if yomeone could explain that a little deeper ... (i linearize my incoming footage .. apply a LUT and de-linearize it again?)

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LUT in Linear Color Space!

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I cannot find a solution on how to apply a LUT in linear color space and getting the same results as in non-linear (where the footage looks correct). 

Any ideas?? Thanks so much!

i was just playin around with some checkboxes ...and these settings in the color profile converter (before and after the LUT) did the trick ... i get the "same" image in linear and non linear color space! i'd be glad if yomeone could explain that a little deeper ... (i linearize my incoming footage .. apply a LUT and de-linearize it again?)

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You would have to create a new LUT/ color profile that contains the difference which can be done in PS or Lumetri.

 

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Hi! thanks! but is there a mathematically correct way to create such a LUT/porfile? not just eyeballing? I mean ... there's got to be a way. but 've tried a couple of things. nothing works 100% correct .. like in Nuke for example

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i was just playin around with some checkboxes ...and these settings in the color profile converter (before and after the LUT) did the trick ... i get the "same" image in linear and non linear color space! i'd be glad if yomeone could explain that a little deeper ... (i linearize my incoming footage .. apply a LUT and de-linearize it again?)

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