Get Started on Mac
New Features of Mac
Creating New Projects
Importing & Recording
Video Editing on Mac
- Borders on Mac
- Speech to text/text to speech on Mac
- Apply Transforming for Mac
- Compositing on Mac
- Stabilize video on Mac
- Motion Tracking on Mac
- Green screen on Mac
- Lens correction on Mac
- Crop and zoom on Mac
- Mosaic on Mac
- PIP (picture in picture) on Mac
- Mask on Mac
- Video snapshot on Mac
- Play video in reverse on Mac
- Split screen on Mac
- Split & cut videos on Mac
- Using Face-Off Effect
- Change speed on Mac
- Freeze frame on Mac
- Applying Drop Shadow for Mac
- Auto enhance on Mac
Color Editing on Mac
Audio Editing on Mac
Animation Editing on Mac
Speed Editing on Mac
AI Editing on Mac
Improving Performance& Troubleshooting
3D LUTs for Mac
Wondershare Filmora for Mac comes with the option of adding LUTs on videos separately. With the new updates, Filmora offers LUTs separately from its “Preset” panel. Furthermore, you can easily adjust the intensity of the added LUT with the provided options in the video editor. To know more about how to add 3D LUTs on Mac, find out the details in this guide:
Apply and Adjust LUTs on Mac
There are two different ways of adding LUTs on Mac using Wondershare Filmora, which are discussed as follows:
Method 1: Using the Effects Tab
Step 1: Add Video to Timeline
Start Wondershare Filmora on your Mac after downloading and installing it successfully. Continue to select the “New Project” button on the available window to start the video editor. With the new screen that opens, select the “Import” button in the “Media” tab and continue to add the video on Filmora. Drag it onto the timeline for initiating editing.
Step 2: Open the LUTs Section from the Effects Tab
After dragging it onto the timeline, lead to the “Effects” tab from the top panel. Select the “Filter & LUT" section from the left and continue into the "LUT" sub-section to open the LUTs that can be added using Filmora.
Step 3: Add LUT and Adjust
On accessing the respective LUT preset, download it by clicking the "Arrow" button appearing on the respective preset. Drag it onto the timeline above or on the video to add it. After that, double-click on the LUT preset to open its settings. You can easily adjust its "Opacity" using the slider.
Method 2: Using the Video Added on Timeline
Step 1: Open Video Settings
As you add the video to the timeline, open its video settings by double-clicking on the video.
Step 2: Enable LUT
Lead into the "Color" tab and access the "Basic" sub-tab to open the respective options. Scroll down and enable the "LUT" option.
Step 3: Select and Adjust LUT
Select the LUT from the list or browse it using the “Load new LUT…” option. After selecting the option, define the “Strength” using the slider available on the screen.
Remove LUTs from the Video
You can also remove the LUTs from the video with ease. For that, follow the respective details provided below:
Way 1: Directly From Timeline
When you’ve added the LUT from the “Effects” tab, right-click on it and click “Delete” to remove it from the timeline successfully.
Way 2: Remove From Video Settings
When the LUTs are added from the video settings, access the “LUT” section from the “Color” tab. Change the LUT to “None” and remove the LUT successfully.
sRGB VS RGB
Have you even heard of sRGB and RGB? In this article, we’ll share you the concepts of RGB and tell you the differences between sRGB and RGB.
Best Game Screen Recorders
For a handy game recording software, we’ve got some top-of-the-list recommendations for you. Refer to know how to record gameplay on PC with easiness. Learn more here:
How to Change YouTube Playback Speed to Speed Up or Slow Down Video
Are you watching the playback of a YouTube video, and you want to slow down or speed it up to understand the video better? Here's how to change YouTube playback speed to speed up or slow down.
Trim Video on Mac: 2 Hassle-Free Solutions
Do you want to trim video on Mac, but can't find any feasible solution? Read this post and learn how to trim any video on your Mac with 2 smart apps.
Fail to import AVCHD file.
Guide user how to import AVCHD files.
Why can’t I apply the transition to the video?
Guide user to apply the transition to the files on the 1st track.