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How to use LUT files in Blender?

Guys did you find a simple way to use ready LUTs in Blender?
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Color Management - View Transform in Video Editor

I have an XT4 and use F-Log for filming. I followed the links in How to create a custom colour management profile to add the Fuji LUTs from to the ...
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Export LUT from nodes

Blender's compositor can be really cool to change colors, but it's really to slow to render a full movie. I was thinking to do some color management in Blender (notably using the HueCorrect node that ...
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Is there somenthing like Corona LUT to use in Blender?

Is there a simple way to achieve Corona LUT results in Blender? Where can I find sample LUTs and how could I use them on a single image rendered in Blender? I don't want to use it in Photoshop or ...
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How to make 3D LUTs and use them in Blender?

Now that I understand a little bit more about how to work with Wide Dynamic Range workflow , scene referred datas and OPS(ASC CDL) node, I'm asking myself how to go further and create my own 3D LUT ...
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Using Blender with wider gamut than 709 primaries (like ACES)

There is a similar old unanswered question on this site with some vague comments (ACES workflow in Blender), so I'll ask it differently: Is it possible to work in blender 2.8 with color spaces that ...
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How do I configure ocio to use an existing Premiere .cube lut in Blender?

I have recently purchased an Insta360 One X camera and am interested in using its Log video mode and doing post-production in Blender. Insta360 has produced a log lut for use in Premiere (...
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What is the actual film manufacturer reference for the film response data?

I would like to understand if there is some reference for all this film response data and if/how it was validated.
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Sources for filmic blender

I want to implement something like "Filmic Blender" in GLSL. Thus I need the LUT and/or transfer functions in human readable format. Where can I find this. Update: I have found that there are two ...
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Combine Filmic Blender and "Standard" Film Emulation

Is it possible to combine the very helpful filmic-blender Color Management with the default Blender Color Management? It helps a lot to light the scenes with the filmic contrast settings, but when it ...
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Using the False Color look in combination with the CDL Node to work on Wide Dynamic Range scenes

The color management for working in cycles can be enhanced to work with wide dynamic range scenes. The idea is to enable working with scenes containing values that exceed the conventional 0-1 range. ...
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How to scale properly HDRI image, to be used in ASC-CDL HDR render?

I've been test rendering lighting my scene using HDR images, trying to get the right value of light and shade from. The problem is, no matter what I do, I can't get the full spectrum in one image, ...
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Online colour grading LUTs

So, I was researching some stuff about colour transforms, and found some companies who sell colour grading LUTs. They did include with the free samples a set of transforms from a bunch of recording ...
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How must I adapt my workflow to work with Scene Referred Data?

I just took the red pill and started watching the real world, in fact the CG real world. I've understood that the default sRGB view workflow is bad. I'm using the color management LUT bassam-test ...
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How do I work with grayscale?

I would like to work with greyscale like this photo. I have a landscape and models. What should I do first?
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What are good practices to keep in mind when lighting for scene-referred data?

My understanding is that your lights shouldn't be limited by the dynamic range the default view can show. I'm sure there's more to it than just making lights brighter and over-exposing the default ...