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    Hi Red fam,

    I am making a reference set of content for Facebook to give to encode vendors (for encoding shoot outs). I am taking my gorgeous Red log footage into Premiere, applying the extremely helpful IPP2 luts, cleaning up my grade and rendering to Rec2020 target. How can I ensure that all my rich source colors are making it into the Rec2020 target? Inside Premiere the LUTs seem to be showing me 709 color. Are the LUTs specific to a colorspace (e.g. Rec709)? Do I need to find a set of Rec2020 luts for this workflow? All I care about is the Rec2020 output, I never need to see the Rec709 color.
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    Here is a link to The Output Transform Luts Graeme Nattress put together. Be sure to apply the IPP2 Rec2020 Output Transform Lut and use a monitor calibrated for and that can display colors in a Rec2020 colorspace.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7meziyar4...OSPuTx_Oa?dl=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Here is a link to The Output Transform Luts Graeme Nattress put together.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7meziyar4...OSPuTx_Oa?dl=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Skinner View Post
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    Don't give him a bad name before he even starts ,Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. You're Welcome Jim!
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    Also make sure to watch your histogram and normally better to use the nocontrast soft rolloff if you don't want to clamp colors.
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