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    Any examples of this being used?


    What is it.
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    I did, but what is it, why are there no examples anywhere or no big commotion being made besides a mention on Facebook?
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    Some Examples of many.



    Bipolar



    Bleach 1



    Bleach 2



    BW_0100



    Red_Grime



    Red_Zone

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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Some Examples of many.



    Bipolar



    Bleach 1



    Bleach 2



    BW_0100



    Red_Grime



    Red_Zone

    Good looking out sir. 👌
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    No Problem Andrew
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    Here's How to make your own Creative Luts For the Red IPP2 Workflow RWGRGB/LOG3G10.

    Part 1


    1) Use these Settings in the Project Settings> Camera Raw> Raw Profile for the Red Raw settings. This way you will be able to change and use the Raw setting in the "Camera Raw" Tab inside of the "Color Page"





    2) Change your "Camera Raw" Settings inside of the "Color Page" in Resolve. This will give your clips a flat looking appearance

    Color Science=IPP2
    Color Space=RedwidegamutRGB
    Gamma Curve= Log3G10








    3) Next, Add an IPP2 Output Transform Lut to the last Node. This will be a Rec709 BT1886(Gamma 2.4) project so you will need an IPP2 Output Transform Lut with those Color Space and Gamma. I used a "Hi-Con/Very Soft" IPP2 Output Transform Lut for this example.





    4) With these settings in both the First and Second Pages of the "Primaries" corrections, I came up with this look. These settings also included an 800 ISO, 5000k and -16.000 Tint












    Part 2 Saving and Exporting the Creative Lut for IPP2 RWG/LOG3G10......
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    Part 2 Saving and Exporting the Creative Lut for IPP2 RWG/LOG3G10


    5) To Save this grade, Disable the last Node with the IPP2 Output Transform. We just needed to use the IPP2 Output Transform lut to give the Creative Lut the Colors it needed to work properly inside of other IPP2 workflows.





    6) Now, "Right-Click" the Cilp you just created a "Look" for in the "Clip" viewing area and choose to save it as either a 33 cube size lut or a 65 cube size lut and save the lut.







    Part 3 Using the Creative Lut inside of Redcine-X
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    Part 3 Using the Creative Lut inside of Redcine-X



    7) Inside of Redcine-X, after you've imported the clip you used inside of Resolve to build your Creative Lut with, Go to the "Image:Grading" tab, and under the "Creative 3D Lut Manager" Area Click on the "White Triangle" to open up the dropdown menu and under the "Edit" tab choose "Import". I called the Lut I created "Nephilim_1".








    8) Next, I will select the "Nephilim_1". Lut and Click the "Apply" Button to add the Creative Lut to the Image.









    Nephilim_1

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4hnrcrrqyd...14V3.cube?dl=0






    Nephilim_2 -Slightly modified, but I think you guys get the idea now.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/1eh0w81yrg...14V3.cube?dl=0


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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Here's How to make your own Creative Luts For the Red IPP2 Workflow RWGRGB/LOG3G10.

    Part 1


    1) Use these Settings in the Project Settings> Camera Raw> Raw Profile for the Red Raw settings. This way you will be able to change the and use the Raw setting in the "Camera Raw" Tab inside of the "Color Page"





    2) Change your "Camera Raw" Settings inside of the "Color Page" in Resolve. This will give your clips a flat looking appearance

    Color Science=IPP2
    Color Space=RedwidegamutRGB
    Gamma Curve= Log3G10








    3) Next, Add an IPP2 Output Transform Lut to the last Node. This will be a Rec709 BT1886(Gamma 2.4) project so you will need an IPP2 Output Transform Lut with those Color Space and Gamma. I used a "Hi-Con/Very Soft" IPP2 Output Transform Lut for this example.





    4) With these settings in both the First and Second Pages of the "Primaries" corrections, I came up with this look. These settings also included an 800 ISO, 5000k and -16.000 Tint












    Part 2 Saving and Exporting the Creative Lut for IPP2 RWG/LOG3G10......
    Thanks, Rand!
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