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[Tutorial] Customizing LUTs & Color Grading!

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Re: [Tutorial] Customizing LUTs & Color Grading!

« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2017, 12:44:47 pm »
Thank you for this tutorial!
I've been looking for ways to color grade the game for a while now.

Is it also possible to actually import LUTs?
I have a sweet collection of LUTs I usually use inside premiere.
Thanks!

- Jeremy

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Re: [Tutorial] Customizing LUTs & Color Grading!

« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2017, 09:44:31 am »
Thank you for this tutorial!
I've been looking for ways to color grade the game for a while now.

Is it also possible to actually import LUTs?
I have a sweet collection of LUTs I usually use inside premiere.
Thanks!

- Jeremy

Pretty sure the LUTs used in those types of applications are 3D or Cube LUTs

Unless you can figure out how to convert it to the type of LUT in a image file that bo3 uses then probably not, then again I may be wrong since I've never used premiere or LUTs before so don't take my word for it
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Re: [Tutorial] Customizing LUTs & Color Grading!

« Reply #3 on: June 13, 2017, 07:41:25 am »
Unless you can figure out how to convert it to the type of LUT in a image file that bo3 uses then probably not, then again I may be wrong since I've never used premiere or LUTs before so don't take my word for it
I figured it out!

I'm not an avid Photoshop user, so I didn't know before;
turns out you can just import LUTs in Photoshop!
Used it on the default color curve, works like a charm!

- Jeremy