- 100+ top-quality 3D LUTs cover a broad range of scenarios.
- Import and use 3D LUT color projects.
- Empower your videos with a new mood using different LUTs.
- Take full control by easily adjusting the strength of LUTs.
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Adding a Cinematic Touch to Your Videos
Transform your videos with stunning color accuracy and cinematic depth using Filmora's powerful 3D LUTs.
100+ Best LUTs Will Cover a Variety of Scenarios
With over 100 LUTs available, you can easily find the perfect one that suits your video style, whether it's a travel video, a vlog about your life, or a commemorative video. By using LUTs, you can create a cinematic vision and unique atmosphere for your video, making it stand out from the rest.
Import and Use 3D LUT Color Projects
Importing your favorite 3D LUT is a great way to make the color of the footage more suitable for your needs, adding a unique style to your videos, enhancing the cinematic feel, and making your content stand out from the crowd.
Give Your Videos a New Mood With Different LUTs
You can transform any video’s overall mood and visual style by using LUTs in Filmora. Adding different style LUTs can help break up the original footage's monotony and create a unique visual experience. By applying a dark, warm, eerie, or icy LUT, you can completely change the tone and feel of your video.
Adjustable LUT Strength
Filmora allows users to adjust the intensity of each LUT. By adjusting the intensity value of a LUT, users can fine-tune the visual effect of their videos, making the colors more vibrant or subdued, depending on their preference to achieve a more refined visual adjustment and create videos that are quite stunning.
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Make Professional Videos With 3D LUTs
Lights, camera, 3D LUTs! As a vlogger, you know that visuals are everything. With Filmora 3D LUTs, you can give your vlogs a professional touch that will set them apart from the rest. Whether you want to go for a dreamy, vintage vibe or a modern, bold look, Filmora 3D LUTs are the secret weapon that every successful vlogger swears by.
As a filmmaker, you know that every frame of your film has a story to tell. And what better way to bring your story to life than with the help of Filmora's powerful 3D LUTs? With Filmora's vast library of LUTs, you can experiment with different color schemes, tones, and moods to create the perfect setting for your film.
Whether you're editing a recap video, a wedding invitation video, or an event video, Filmora's 3D LUTs provide you with the creative freedom to experiment with different color schemes, tones, and moods, making your videos stand out from the crowd. With just a few clicks, you can transform the atmosphere of your footage, from a warm, nostalgic glow to a cool, moody vibe.
Add a professional touch to your hobby videos with Filmora's user-friendly 3D LUTs! With Filmora's vast library of LUTs, you can easily fine-tune the colors, tones, and moods of your footage to create a visually stunning video that showcases your creative potential. Whether you're recording a makeup tutorial, a cooking video, or a DIY project, Filmora's 3D LUTs will enhance the visual impact of your content with just a few clicks.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a 3D LUT?
3D LUTs are a color grading tool in Filmora that allow you to apply a specific look to your footage. They can be used to adjust color temperature, contrast, saturation, and other color-related aspects of your video.
How do I apply 3D LUTs in Filmora?
To apply a 3D LUT in Filmora, simply drag and drop the LUT onto the clip you want to color grade. You can also use the Color tab in Filmora's editing interface to apply LUTs.
Can I create my own 3D LUTs in Filmora?
Yes, you can create your own 3D LUTs in Filmora. You can use third-party software to create a LUT and then import it into Filmora for use in your project.
How many 3D LUTs are included in Filmora?
Filmora comes with a vast library of over 100 3D LUTs. You can also upload additional LUTs from your device.
Can I adjust the intensity of a 3D LUT in Filmora?
Yes, you can adjust the intensity of a 3D LUT in Filmora using the Opacity or Blend Mode settings. This allows you to fine-tune the effect and create the perfect look for your footage.
Are Filmora's 3D LUTs compatible with all video formats?
Yes, Filmora's 3D LUTs are compatible with most video formats that Filmora supports, including popular formats like MP4, MOV, and AVI.
Can I use 3D LUTs for both color grading and color correction in Filmora?
Yes, you can use 3D LUTs for both color grading and color correction in Filmora. They can help you achieve a consistent and professional look for your footage.
Where can I find 3D LUTs in Filmora?
There are two ways to access 3D LUTs in Filmora. The first method is through the Effects panel, under the Filter & LUT category. The second method is through the Color tab in the Property panel, under the Basic tab.
What Our Customers Say About Us
Filmora is a great video editing software. It's fast, user-friendly, and has a lot of advanced features that can keep you satisfied for a long time. Whenever I make a video, I discover new tools or find new ways to use the tools I already know. Plus, it's a good deal.
Filmora is a software that is reasonably priced and receives regular updates to improve its performance. The rendering speed is fast, which is helpful for meeting deadlines. The software has a drag-and-drop interface and a range of tools and features, making it user-friendly. It includes basic editing tools, advanced features, and AI tools, allowing users to create semi-professional or professional-looking videos without much video editing experience.
Filmora is a user-friendly video editing software that provides a lot of flexibility in editing. The layers are easy to modify and the template gallery is very helpful for enhancing creativity.
The user interface is great, and I didn't need any tutorials to start using it. I think I'll use this instead of my other video editing programs.