A Colour look-up table often abbreviated LUT and pronounced Lut, is used very …often in color correction circles. And typically this is used to bring …colors in an image to a known standard. It's not typically used for Color …Correction per say. But just kind of to balance things out, …and also use to apply certain looks. So, let's look at how to do that, so in …the look area here, I have my Gradient. You notice I have this very washed out image.…
And what I can do is click this little Plus icon at the bottom of the layers …area again, in the Look tab, Plus here I could apply LUT. …And this will allow me to choose from one of several LUTs that come with SpeedGrade. …But if I need to, I can click this little Ellipsis button, and this will allow me …to browse on my system and navigate a custom LUT, that I'll be using in my own workflow. …Now a lot of these are very specific, so here's like a Phantom Rec 709 LUT for example.…
But some of these can be kind of cool, if you find a LUT that is a good base for …
- What is SpeedGrade?
- Understanding the interface and workflow
- Saving projects
- Rendering from SpeedGrade
- Working with footage
- Grading basics
- Blending grades
- Using looks
- Masking footage
- Fixing problem shots
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started with SpeedGrade
2. Exploring the Basics
3. Working with Footage
4. Grading Basics
Using a trackball2m 3s
5. Going Deeper
6. Using Looks
7. Masking Footage
8. SpeedGrade in Action
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