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A Full Review of Leeming LUT Pro

Liza Brown
Liza Brown
Originally published Apr 27, 22, updated Dec 05, 23
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Color grading can be a tedious process, especially if you don’t have the technical skills required to achieve the desired result. That’s where a LUT can come in handy. So, what is a LUT?

LUT stands for “look up table.” Simply put, a LUT is a color preset that you can apply to your video footage to speed up the color grading process. While LUTs are commonly used to speed up the color grading process, they can also be used for other tasks, such as color transfer between software, monitor calibration, and more.

In this article, we’ll explore a particular LUT – Leeming LUT Pro™ and how you can use it in various video editors.

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What is Leeming LUT Pro™?

Leeming LUT Pro™ is the world's first unified, corrective Look Up Table (LUT) system for supported cameras. It’s designed to maximize dynamic range, fix skin tones, remove unwanted color casts and provide an accurate Rec709 starting point for further creative color grading.

The Pro LUTs are designed for perfect Rec709 colorimetry and have a linear luma curve, with an average measured dE(2000) of less than 1. As a result, they are visually indistinguishable from reality to the human eye.

Athena LUTs are a brighter version of Pro. They are designed around how the eye sees while retaining the same perfect colorimetry as Pro.

Supported Cameras of Leeming LUT Pro™

  • Panasonic G Series: All G series cameras with Cine-D, V-LogL, and HLG for Rec709
  • Panasonic S Series: All S series cameras with V-Log, V-Log BRAW, V-Log ProRes RAW, Cine-D, Cine-D2, and HLG for Rec709
  • Fujifilm X Series: All X Series cameras with F-Log, Eterna Cinema, Pro Neg Std, and HLG for Rec709
  • Canon R Series: All R series cameras with the Faithful Picture Style, C-Log, C-Log3, and CanonRAW
  • Canon C Series: All C series cameras with BT.709, C-Log2, C-Log3, HDR-PQ for Rec709, and HLG for Rec709
  • Blackmagic Pocket 4K/6K/6K Pro: All cameras with Gen 4 or Gen5 Film
  • Blackmagic Pocket/Micro: Older cameras with Gen1 Film
  • Nikon Z Series: All cameras with N-Log, Flat
  • Sony A Series: All cameras with Picture profile menus, like the A7, with Cine2, S-Log2, S-Log3, HLG/3 for Rec709, and S-Cinetone
  • JVC: GY-LS300 with J-Log1
  • RunCam: 5 Orange Normal, Flat
  • GoPro: 6,7 8, 9 & 10 ProTune, 4 & 5 ProTune, Session ProTune
  • DJI: Mavic3, Phantom 4 Pro, Air 2S, Mavic 2 Pro, Mavic Air 2, Mini Series, Mavic Air, Mavic Pro, Pocket 2, Osmo Pocket, Osmo Action, X5 Series

How to Import and Use Leeming LUT Pro™ in Different Video Editors

Leeming LUT Pro™ is supported by various video editors, coloring software, and motion graphics programs, such as:

  • Final Cut Pro X
  • Avid Media Composer
  • DaVinci Resolve
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Magix Vegas
  • Grass Valley Edius
  • Lightworks
  • Cyberlink PowerDirector
  • LumaFusion

Next, we’ll explore how you can use Leeming LUT in some popular video editors.

1. How to Use Leeming LUT in FCPX

Follow these steps to use Leeming LUT in Final Cut Pro:

Step 1. Import Footage

Launch Final Cut Pro and import your footage. To import your footage, navigate to the top left corner and click on the import icon (the arrow pointing downwards).

In the window that opens, your camera or device name should appear in the left column under devices.

Click on your camera or device to display the media you want to import. Then select the media you want to import and click on the import selected button in the bottom right corner to import your footage.

how to use leeming lut in FCPX

Step 2. Highlight the Footage

Highlight all the footage by clicking and dragging your pointer over the footage or press Command + A to select all the footage.

how to use leeming lut in FCPX - highlight the footage

Step 3. Open the Inspector

After highlighting all the footage, open the Inspector menu and click the little i icon. Then go down to the bottom of the Inspector and switch from Basic to General.

Step 4. Select the Camera LUT Option

Select Camera LUT from the options under General and click on the Add Custom Camera LUT option.

Step 5. Import Leeming LUTs into FCPX

Find the folder where your Leeming LUTs are stored and import them into Final Cut Pro by clicking on Open.

Step 6. Select the LUT

Once imported, go back to the Camera LUT option under General and click on it. Then scroll down the available options and select your Leeming LUT under the Custom Camera options.

Finally, click the profile you used to apply it to your footage.

2. How to Use Leeming LUT in PowerDirector

Follow these steps to use a LUT in PowerDirector:

Step 1. Launch PowerDirector

Open PowerDirector and select Full Mode.

Step 2. Import Media

Click the import button and then select Import Media Folder to import the video footage you want to apply the Leeming LUT to.

Step 3. Add Footage to Timeline

Drag and drop the imported video footage into your project’s timeline.

Step 4. Select the Fix/Enhance Option

Click on the video clip on the timeline and choose the Fix/Enhance option.

Step 5. Select the Color Presets & CLUTs Option

In the top left window that opens above the timeline, select the Color Presets & CLUTs option under Enhance.

Step 6. Apply the Leeming LUT to the Footage

Click on the import button in the panel to import the Leeming LUT file. Once imported, apply it to give your video a more vibrant look.

Part 5: Bonus! Use Filmora – Easy to Use Video Editor for Color LUTs

Besides Final Cut Pro and PowerDirector, Filmora is another excellent video editing software that you can use to apply LUTs to your video.

Designed for beginners and intermediate users, Filmora is an intuitive yet powerful video editing software.

For instance, you can apply 3D LUTs to your video using Filmora. Unlike 1D LUTs, which can only control one value setting, 3D LUTs can allow you to control various value settings. As a result, 3D LUTs can give you more control over specific color values in your video.

Here’s how you can apply LUTs using Filmora:

Step 1. Import the Footage

Launch Filmora and choose New Project. In the New Project window that opens, import the video you want to apply the LUT to by clicking on Import and selecting one of the drop-down options.

Step 2. Add the Video to the Timeline

Drag and drop the video into your project’s timeline.

Step 3. Open the Color Tab

Double click the video on the timeline to select it. Once it’s selected, go to the top left panel and click on the color tab.

use lut in filmora - open color tab

Step 4. Apply a LUT to the Video

Under the color tab, navigate to the 3D LUT option and select one of the available options in the 3D LUT drop-down menu to apply a LUT.

Many LUTs are named after popular TV shows and series whose visual styles they mimic, such as Batman, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Mission Impossible, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and more.

Once you apply a LUT, you can see your changes in the Preview Window. Besides using the preset LUTs, Filmora also allows you to use custom LUTs. Instead of choosing one of the presets, click on the Load New LUT option to import your custom LUT into Filmora.

Step 5. Make Fine Adjustments

Once you apply a LUT, Filmora can allow you to make further modifications to the video. Click on the Advanced button at the bottom of the color tab to view advanced color correction options.

In the new window that opens, you can adjust several things, such as color, light, HSL, and more. You can also choose from a variety of other available presets.

use lut in filmora - make adjustments

Step 6. Save the Changes

Once you’re satisfied with the changes you’ve applied, click on the OK button in the lower right corner to save the changes.

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LUTs are a fast way to color grade your footage after color correction. However, to ensure your LUTs work effectively, here are some important guidelines you should observe when using LUTs:

  • Ensure your footage matches from shot to shot, especially if you’re applying LUTs to multiple clips.
  • Ensure your exposure is correct before using LUTs. You can use a histogram to help you set the exposure.
  • Ensure you apply LUTs to a video that’s been properly color corrected.
  • Make small adjustments to things, such as brightness, saturation, contrast, exposure, color temperature, and tint for best results.
  • Test out various LUTs before settling for one because shooting conditions can drastically affect how different LUTs look.

Ultimately, LUTs are an excellent way to make your video more cinematic. If you don’t have advanced video editing skills or prior experience working with LUTs, don’t worry. Filmora is a user-friendly video editing software that allows you to quickly apply LUTs with no video editing experience. Just download Filmora for free to get started.

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