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Old 06-11-2019, 11:07 PM   #11
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Hey guys, sorry to reopen an old post but really hoping to learn Color Grading properly

I'm still on 8 Pro.. Planning to upgrade this year but just had to spend money on some other things..

What is a LUT?

I will look at Matt Scotts tutorials if they are still online,
any other instructions would be really really helpful

Looking for the sort of color grading people do in FC or Adobe.. can we do that in Edius?
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Old 06-11-2019, 11:59 PM   #12
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Hey guys, sorry to reopen an old post but really hoping to learn Color Grading properly

I'm still on 8 Pro.. Planning to upgrade this year but just had to spend money on some other things..

What is a LUT?

I will look at Matt Scotts tutorials if they are still online,
any other instructions would be really really helpful

Looking for the sort of color grading people do in FC or Adobe.. can we do that in Edius?
LUT stands for Look Up Table. It is often used to translate one colour space into another or go from Log to Linear, but can also be used to set a base colour correction/colour grade to quickly get close to a starting point, you would normally still need to do shot to shot tweaking to make a show play smoothly without noticing any major differences.

If you are using it for a starting point, you can do the same type of thing by correcting a shot, and applying that same correction to others, by either saving it as a user preset or lassoing the other shots and dragging it from the corrected clip info/FX to the lassoed clips.

Yes you can do similar colour correction in Edius like you see in other softwares. Some things Edius does better and some thing not or not as easily. Every software has it's own strengths and weaknesses. You just need to learn to use the tools that are there and also learn what the limitations are.

Matt Scott's tutorials are still online and offer some great tips on Edius colour correction as well as Resolve colour correction.
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