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Removing LUT files from creative / technical menu

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So I've imported some new luts into my creative menu but I can't seem to remove the old ones. I'd rather just have a list of the ones I use vs a long list of options I don't. 

 

I'm working on a mac system and I went through the path to install the new luts but the ones I want to remove aren't in there. Is there anyway I can get rid of them?

 

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Removing LUT files from creative / technical menu

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So I've imported some new luts into my creative menu but I can't seem to remove the old ones. I'd rather just have a list of the ones I use vs a long list of options I don't. 

 

I'm working on a mac system and I went through the path to install the new luts but the ones I want to remove aren't in there. Is there anyway I can get rid of them?

 

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If you're talking about the shipped LUTs, those are in the package/program folders. They'd rather you not mess there.

 

So I simply add prefixes to organize all my LUTs. A two-digit number, space for visual clarity, then a capital letter, space, then LUT name.

 

01 A low-sat neut

01 B norm sat neut

01 C hi-sat neut

02 A sat rolloff low-mids up

02 B sat rolloff mids up

 

You get the idea.

 

And ... as LUTS are known among colorists as "the dumbest math out there" ... and will clip without compunction ... I always follow the proper advice to apply LUTs after a 'trim node' ... so I never ever apply LUTs in the Basic tab unless it's in a second or later instance of Lumetri ... well, about ever.

 

I apply LUTs from the Creative tab, use the Basic tab to trim the tonal range into what the LUT needs to "see" to work correctly.

 

Neil

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Have you looked in both these places:

Available only to the local user:

  • /Users/<user_name>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Creative
  • /Users/<user_name>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Technical

Available to all users:

  • /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Creative
  • /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Technical

 

Remember to restart the application after removing any.

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