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Color Lookup Table (LUT) error

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Sep 20, 2020 Sep 20, 2020

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Perhaps you can help explain the error I am encountering when trying to create a cololour lookup table. I have an image open with adjustment layers and I have tried in both rgb & lab mode. Exporting it as a lookup table (tried 3DL &n Cube) to - applications>Ps2020>presets>3dluts as the destination. I get this error message -"unable to run the Export Color Lookup plugin because error: General PS error occurred. This functionality may not be available in this version of Ps."

Following these instr. https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/photoshop/using/export-color-lookup-tables.html

Any ideas ?
Thanks,
Frank

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Contributor , Sep 20, 2020 Sep 20, 2020

I figured that I cant save directly to that folder. First elsewhere and then copy/paste

 

However the Lut isnt working

It seems so straightforward but I'm not cracking it. What if I have a flattened reference image that needs no further adjustment layers? Can I add any adjustment layers (hue/sat, etc) but leave everything at 0 so as not to apply further effects. Can PS thus be 'tricked' into saving (the background layer) as a Lut ? In this case I am trying to use a very old historical autochrome jp

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I figured that I cant save directly to that folder. First elsewhere and then copy/paste

 

However the Lut isnt working

It seems so straightforward but I'm not cracking it. What if I have a flattened reference image that needs no further adjustment layers? Can I add any adjustment layers (hue/sat, etc) but leave everything at 0 so as not to apply further effects. Can PS thus be 'tricked' into saving (the background layer) as a Lut ? In this case I am trying to use a very old historical autochrome jpeg that I found on the web & want to save it's col grading as a Lut to apply to my own image. Any idea how I can do this?

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Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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I've also had a similar situation with a '528 incompliant error message', trying different ways and approaches to export my newly created Lut was all a failure, so I decided to click on my /workspace panel/; selected /photography/; and then clicked on /Reset Photography/ and finally I was able to export my newly created Lut.

Hope you find this procedure useful sir.

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Perhaps you can help explain the error I am encountering when trying to create a cololour lookup table. I have an image open with adjustment layers and I have tried in both rgb & lab mode. Exporting it as a lookup table (tried 3DL &n Cube) to - applications>Ps2020>presets>3dluts as the destination. I get this error message -"unable to run the Export Color Lookup plugin because error: General PS error occurred. This functionality may not be available in this version of Ps."

Following these instr. https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/photoshop/using/export-color-lookup-tables.html

Any ideas ?
Thanks,
Frank


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