When it comes to video editing, color grading can be one of the most challenging elements. The reason is because lighting conditions change and it’s often hard to know what all the colors and shading will look like throughout a film.
One tool you can use to help save time and match colors to a specific style is a LUT. Video LUTs are preset color profiles for color grading film and video footage in programs like Davinci Resolve, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and more.
In today’s post we’ll be sharing an exclusive free pack of LUTs to use in your projects!
- Watch the free cinematic LUTs video demo here →
- Learn how to install LUTs in Adobe Premiere Pro here →
- Learn how to import and apply LUTs in After Effects here →
- Learn how to install LUTs in Davinci Resolve here →
- Learn how to use 3D LUTs in Photoshop here →
- Learn how to install LUTs in Final Cut Pro X here →
With this pack of free cinematic LUTs you’ll be able to add unique effects to your videos and adjust them to your liking.
Your free download includes:
- 8 Cinematic LUTs (3D .cube LUTs, compatible in most major NLE programs)
- Teal and Orange Video Effects
- Dramatic Looks
- Free Help Files
- Video Tutorials on Youtube
Your download includes 8 .cube LUTs files and a help file for support. Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions on installing or using the LUTs. We’re happy to help.
Click the button below for an instant download.
What Are LUTs?
LUTs are Look Up Tables that altar the Red, Green, and Blue (RGB) color values of an image or frame. Using these look up tables, you can largely improve your film quality and color in video while saving time.
Keep in mind that LUTs aren’t a one-size fits all solution. They are meant as a bridge to help you get to your final product. Starting with a LUT and then customizing to fit your preferences will help you get the best results.
Save this infographic to Pinterest for future reference.