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Adding LUTs to v23.0

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Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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Hi All,


Trying to add LUTS to v23.0

 

I normally follow this path and add to Creative.  Has this changed?

 

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro 2023\Lumetri\LUTs\Creative

 

Thanks for you input

Scott

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NO!

 

Do not EVER add LUTs to the Program files (PC) or Package files (Mac) Premiere Pro LUTs folder! That is only for  the built-in LUTs, and Pr, Ae, and Me have the same folders and expect all three folders are exactly the same.

 

And within those folders, LUTs are accessed not by name but by relative position in the folder after alpha-numeric sorting!

 

So they don't look for "Zombie Apocalypse LUT" but for "16th LUT down ... ".

 

User LUT Locations

There are two different locations users can put their LUTs, and either works. Ann's link above shows them. When those locations are used, all three apps will see them on loading, and will work with them by name ... correctly. And they will be seen across mulitple versions, such as say 2022 and 2023.

 

I recommend the following location:

 

Program files (PC)/Package files (Mac) / Adobe/Common/LUTs

 

And within that folder, make folders (if not already there) for Input (color management process), Technical (Basic tab of Lumetri) and Creative (Creative tab of Lumetri).

 

Neil

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