Hi, I'm working with Alexa Mini footage, and by default the footage has LUT applied to it once imported. I have tried "Disable Masterclip Effects", disable Lumetri Color(Both on Master and single clip), follow the correct answer from this post(Set the LUT to something else and then NONE):
None of these work.
And the colors look different with different footage(shot on the same camera) and settings and renderers. Please check the screenshots below. I have listed every scenario and the result.
It's making me very frustrated. It's impossible to work like this...
I had this happening to my Alex ProRes footage. I found a simple solution.
Reveal the clip in your project, right click and scroll to Modify > Interpret footage
In the interpret window, you'll see the Color Management section at the bottom has Input LUT: Alexa/Amira default. - change it to none.
Thanks for this.
THANK YOU !!!!!
This is the new correct way to do this. Willyon, you were correct for the way that used to work but is now obsolete. The big problem with this now is that it seems you can't do all the clips at once, you have to go through each one and Modify>Interpret footage and remove the LUT. It's quite ridiculous if you have a project with hundreds of clips. A shame because my guess is 90% of people editing Arri footage want to grade off the Log image. I suppose most are bouncing to Davinci one way or another, but it is still common to grade within Premiere. I hope Adobe has a better answer or a fix for this. Please help, Adobe!
Hmm- it appears I can actually get rid of multiple ones at once, even though it doesn't allow the Embedded LUT vs None dropdown. It's not obvious but somehow I got multiple clips to lose the LUT. I stand by that I would love for this to be clearer and easier on the part of Adobe. I will keep my eyes and ears open. Did we lose the "master clip effects" muting for a reason? Thanks!