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What is your workflow for using Film Print Emulation LUTs(eg. Kodak Vision 2383)
Anonymous posted a topic in DaVinci ResolveThere are a set of LUTs inside the Film Looks folder in DaVinci resolve. How should one go about using it in their color grading workflow? I generally use a Color Space Transform node to input gamma as Rec. 709 and out gamma as Cineon Film Log and then place the FPE LUT(This is done in the last 2 nodes). In nodes prior to the color space transform, I do LOG to Rec. 709 and secondary grading.