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  1. #1 Visioncolor M31 Cinema LUT 
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    http://vision-color.com/m31/

    Didn't tried it yet, but it sure looks promising.

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    looking good though always hard to say how footage would look like with other LUTs or simple CC.
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    teal and orange
    i do like though

    I'll buy this and post some pictures when I get back to my desktop
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    I tried it for the past hour on a recent Red Scarlet project, here's my 2 cent:

    On RedRaw footage the LOG lut on RedLogFilm gives nicer results than REC.709 on Redgamma2/3 imo.

    It can give summer blockbuster images with just one click - but most of the times it needs a right on point white balance of the scene to do that...right on point. With raw footage that's technically no problem but it took me quite some fiddling for many shots.

    Even with perfect white balance, on most shots it does way too much work imo. Basically any neutral colors will turn teal - you can fight this by playing with white balance but it's just too much as a starting point most of the times.
    I understand that if you go for teal-orange you should start doing so when actually shooting the stuff, which would give horrible overdose when adding this LUT in post I suspect.

    On a number of shots it made my footage look more like Technicolor 2 Strip.



    It really depends on the footage if it gives you instant 100 million dollar looks, which it definately can do, or if it just looks off and strange and needs a lot of fixing.

    This is for RED footage, I haven't tested with anything else.
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    Thanks!

    Will test it with BMCC footage, as soon as i got time.
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    It works instant wonders in some situations with just one click, but for most of my material, the Captains LUT does better, especially in the highlights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Glencairn View Post
    It works instant wonders in some situations with just one click, but for most of my material, the Captains LUT does better, especially in the highlights.
    agreed
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    I have it. Anyone who would like a sample, upload a clip. I'll apply it and send it back
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    Sequence 01.Still001.jpg

    the frame i have on my pc is darker
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