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Alexa Footage Imported with AUTO LUT. Alexa Mini embed LUT can't be deleted.

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Oct 27, 2020

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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):

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/premiere-2015-how-to-remove-auto-lut-from-multiple-maste...

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...

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Alexa Footage Imported with AUTO LUT. Alexa Mini embed LUT can't be deleted.

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Oct 27, 2020

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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):

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/premiere-2015-how-to-remove-auto-lut-from-multiple-maste...

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...

Scene 1 Adobe.jpg

Scene 2 Adobe.jpg

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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. 

 

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