Author Topic: Adjustment To Curve  (Read 18454 times)

2016-05-24, 23:00:54
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CiroC

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Man you are the best.

I think that the CineonLog tool inside Fusion does the conversion from linear to log quite well. I am using Fusion more and more for my post production.


2016-07-13, 15:06:11
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SandrineC

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Hi Ducat,

Thanks a lot for your work which is amazing. Very interresting to see a curve revealing the effects of Looks or Arion preset.
I tried with your psd file to export a LUT after have applied an Arion preset on the duplicated layer Input and
Paste the modified gradient into the original psd file.

But psd wouldn't export the LUT profil...
He needs a background, why not..


The second problem appears when i apply this new LUT on a new PSD. In all case, image turns black..


Do you know why ?

2016-07-13, 15:17:00
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Hey man!
The LUT exporter in Photoshop only works with "Adjustment Layers"
You need to have a "Background Layer", you get this by using "Flatten Image" in the "Layer" tab.

You need to recreate the curve you got there with a "Curves Adjustment Layer" above a "Background Layer".
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2016-07-13, 15:27:16
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SandrineC

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This is what I feared..

Could exist a solution to apply the translated curve to a reel "Curves Adjustment Layer" ?

2016-07-13, 15:34:59
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There are a few options.

Free Option - Fusion
- Generate a 3D LUT image.
- Apply whatever effect you want on the 3D LUT image.
- Analyze the 3D LUT image in Fusion.
- Export 3dl from Fusion.

Cheap Option - Look Converter
Same as Fusion
- Generate a 3D LUT image from Look Converter.
- Apply whatever effect you want on the 3D LUT image.
- Load the 3D LUT image in Look Converter.

Pro Option - 3D LUT Creator
- Apply whatever effect you want on the 256 HALD image that comes with 3D LUT Creator.
- Import the HALD image in 3D LUT Creator.
- Export LUT.

When you do it this way you will also get the HSL adjustments, not only the curves.
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2016-07-13, 15:37:36
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SandrineC

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Thanks a lot ! I'm going to test those different options ! :)