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Looks and LUTs

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Looks and LUTs

LUT is an acronym for Look Up Table. It processes a color value and outputs a corresponding value. You can use LUTs to manipulate saturation and contrast, or completely change the color of a clip. LUTs are commonly used to create and save color grades that can be applied to give your clips a unique style.

Premiere Pro classifies LUTs in two categories:

  • Input LUT: An Input LUT interprets footage. It is applied on flat log footage to enhance and color correct footage. You can use it a starting point for grading footage. 
  • Looks: A Look is a LUT designed to change the appearance and color style of a clip. Apply looks to make your video look like a professionally shot film. For more information, see Get creative with color using Lumetri looks..

How to add LUTs

To add a LUT, do the following:

  1. Select a clip in the Timeline panel.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • In the Lumetri panel, open the Basic Correction tab.
    • In the Effects Control panel, open the Basic Correction tab from the Lumetri section.
  3. In the Basic Correction tab, select the Input LUT dropdown menu. You can add existing LUTs from Premiere Pro. To add a new LUT, click Browse…

  4. The File Explorer on your system opens. Select the LUT of your choice.

The LUT is applied on the clip. You can then edit the white balance and tone of the clip.

Export Looks, LUTs, and save presets

Premiere Pro lets you save and reuse your color adjustments in different projects or applications. You can export color grading information as a .look file or a LUT file to use in Adobe Premiere Pro or a third-party application.

Select the Lumetri Color pop-up menu, and choose one of the following:

  • Export .look: Exports color adjustments as a Lumetri Look preset file in .look format.
  • Export .cube: Exports Lookup tables in .cube format for import into other color grading applications.
  • Save Preset: Customize individual color effect settings and save them as presets. In the Save Preset dialog box, specify a name for your preset. If desired, enter a description. For more information, see Create and save an effect preset.

Install Custom LUT files

Once you have exported a LUT file, you can install them into other applications. In Premiere Pro, custom LUT files appear in the Lumetri Color panel.

To install a custom LUT file, create one or more of the directories listed below:

Available only to the local user:

  • /Users/<user_name>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Creative
  • /Users/<user_name>/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Technical

Available to all users:

  • /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Creative
  • /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Technical

Available only to the local user:

  • C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Creative
  • C:\Users\<user_name>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Technical

Available to all users:

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Creative
  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Technical

Copy your custom LUT files to the respective folder.

When you launch a project using Premiere Pro, these folders are scanned and LUT files are loaded from these directories. LUTs in the Creative directories appear in the Creative Looks dropdown, and LUTs in the Technical directories appear in the Input LUT dropdowns.

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