Thread: 32x32x32 Luts to 17x17x17

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  1. #1 32x32x32 Luts to 17x17x17 
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    Hi everyone,

    I've come here to look for help regarding converting 32x32x32 luts to 17x17x17.

    I've been looking at Lattice for conversion, but I only plan on using it this once, so spending $249 is a bit much for me at this moment. On the same thread where I read about Lattice, PyLut was mentioned. I tried it but I could not figure out how to use it.

    Does anyone know any other options for converting 32x Luts, or does anyone have Lattice and wouldn't mind helping me out on this one?

    Also, I tried PhotoShop, but for some reason, PS can't open the luts I want to convert..

    Please let me know if you got any info on this!
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    Pylut is your friend, or at least it can be. I'll reach out by email.
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    For those looking to use RED's Creative LUTs in devices that need 17x17x17 LUTs, pylut works nicely. Here's the command I used:

    for NAME in ~/Downloads/RED_CREATIVE_LUTs_v1.0.1/RED_IPP2_Creative/*; do ./pylut-1.4.9/bin/pylut --resize=17 --folder=RED_CREATIVE "$NAME"; done

    The converted LUTs (creative only, no output transform): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4bvnu65g9...iU37diEVa?dl=0

    With REC709/BT1886 Output Transform: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xtgyxk7dq...wfYN3cALa?dl=0

    PyLUT is awesome, if you are comfortable with the command line and some Unix knowledge: https://github.com/gregcotten/pylut

    Enjoy!
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    Thank you so much Michael for helping me out. Pylut seems like an awesome tool, so I gotta get into that soon! :)
    Also thank you Bob Gundu for offering to help as well!

    The reduser community is really great, with a lot of people always here to help fellow RED users!
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