January 16th, 2013 at 1:16 amIsaac Viejo says:Since Adobe Premiere is not color managed, I see all my 5D MkIII (pro-lost picture style recorded) videos over-saturated in my wide-gammut monitor, so I though to use Buddy Lut in After Effects to create a LUT that I can use later back in Premiere and see everything as close as possible to the original color recorded by the camera... To do that I followed your indications to draw the LUT but using Color Profile Converter in the middle to indicate my input profile (as Project Working Space = Rec. 709) and my output profile (my icc monitor profile)... When I compared both pictures (oneAE with Rec. 709 Working Space and the other onePrPro with the LUT applied on an adjustment layer all over the sequence) I see everything quite similar... So I think this workflow to make PrPro 'color managed' and be able to see colors correct in my Wide-Gammut Monitor is fine, but I wouldto re-check with you just to be sure everything in my workflow is correct...
Thanks a lot for your help!!!
January 2nd, 2012 at 6:55 amAharon Rabinowitz says:Billy - please contact Support (AT) redgiantsoftware.com for help with this.
December 27th, 2011 at 3:27 pmbilly nelson says:When I installed LutBuddy into Adobe After Effects 5.0 it worked justin the tutorial. However, when I installed Lut Buddy into Adobe Premiere Pro 5.0, applied the effect to my video track and opened up Lut Buddy in the Effects Controls window I only see Apply LUT in the Action option. There is no import option for a LUT I savedAdobe AE 5.0 as I followed the tutuorial.
Under the button APPLY LUT is "Draw Pattern", "Read Pattern" and "Preview Gamma/Grain". This program would be very helpful working in both apps. Thanks for putting it out there to use! I really love the concept of using LUT to make color correction a breeze.
December 21st, 2011 at 7:35 pmyounsun says:thank you
December 20th, 2011 at 9:11 amAharon Rabinowitz says:Lawrence - please contact Support (AT) redgiantsoftware.com for help with this. We've got your back.
December 14th, 2011 at 6:30 amLawrence says:I can't seem to get the option button on final cut pro 7 but it's there on motion and after effect. What do I need to do?
November 18th, 2011 at 11:49 amAharon Rabinowitz says:Here's One: http://www.technicolor.com/en/hi/cinema/filmmaking/digital-printer-lights/cinestyle
The Technicolor CineStyle™ is a Picture Style (profile) for Canon EOS DSLR cameras that optimizes the dynamic range in the image by leveraging the capabilities of the Canon imaging chipset. Cinematographers and their post-production partners will have greater flexibility in color grading and finishing their projects.
October 18th, 2011 at 5:13 pmMike Seymour says:could you point us all to some of those LUTs you refer to in the video?