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    Ah, of course its under some other subforum. Thanks
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    I don't get how to apply these luts. I bring my raw footage in, turn on bmc film option and then add the 3d lut to the clip. The contrast of the image changes, but it still lacks color. Am I doing something wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thefilmaddict View Post
    I don't get how to apply these luts. I bring my raw footage in, turn on bmc film option and then add the 3d lut to the clip. The contrast of the image changes, but it still lacks color. Am I doing something wrong?
    If I'm understanding you correctly, then no - you're not doing anything wrong. To reiterate - bring in your RAW (or log ProRes/DNX) footage. If RAW, set it to BMD Film for color space/ gamma in the RAW tab. The Film Emulation LUTs get applied as an Output LUT in the settings or as a LUT on a node in the node graph. You'll se a contrast change, as well as some color shifting, but it will still me fairly desaturated. I also find the contrast usually too heavy at first.

    Blackmagic's official BMD Film to Rec.709 LUT adds saturation, as well as some color transforms. The film emulation LUTs do not add saturation. So usually, you'll need to pump up saturation, whether globally or selectively (however you see fit). I personally find that I need to lower the contrast a bit, as well.
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    Thanks, Kevin!
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