exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

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exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostSat Jun 27, 2020 5:09 am

can i use the in-camera bmpcc4k film to extended vid LUT in fcp x? i exported the LUT file from my camera to my drive and tried to apply it in custom LUT effect in fcp x and it wasn't recognized.

Basically i want to shoot my current project in ProRes LT in Film mode with the film to extended video LUT burnt straight into the recorded footage. However, i already shot a few scenes that didn't have the LUT burnt in setting on. Trying to use the same LUT that the camera is using but in fcp. or if there is a different way to convert the footage outside of fcp that works too.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostMon Jun 29, 2020 4:37 pm

first FCPX apply lut only in rec709- rec2020 in out, that mean when you apply lut you could have some problems about convertion.
you can load from resolve the folder of BMD LUTS.
i attach here the
Archivio.zip
(334.36 KiB) Downloaded 8 times
luts that you need.
but is not best way to manage color, think to edit in fcpx, then export xml and do color in resolve.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostMon Jun 29, 2020 8:54 pm

im pretty sure my free version of resolve doesn't do 4k footage unless i'm wrong. The project has no budget for color timing so i just want to burn in the look....but like i said, i have a few scenes that didn't get burned in.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostTue Jun 30, 2020 9:53 am

The free version supports up to UHD, while Studio does 4K DCI too.
This can lead to some confusion.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostTue Jun 30, 2020 10:29 am

hwoodfilm wrote:im pretty sure my free version of resolve doesn't do 4k footage unless i'm wrong. The project has no budget for color timing so i just want to burn in the look....but like i said, i have a few scenes that didn't get burned in.


i use and teach also fcpx, but you are light year over on a free resolve against fcpx color and quality export.
but ... if you have bmpcc4k you had also a studio licence of Resolve, check on package you have a license file of Resolve Studio.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostWed Jul 01, 2020 3:30 am

the footage is 4096x2160.
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Re: exporting bmpcc4k LUTs for FCP X

PostWed Jul 01, 2020 1:41 pm

hwoodfilm wrote:the footage is 4096x2160.

resolve free can load every resolution prores, only output is limited to UHD.
Anyway check on bmpcc4k box, you have a license of a Resolve studio to be free to work in color in Resolve.
roundtrip of FCPX-Resolve-FCPX it's easy and allow you to work and study only color part of resolve, where it shine :-D

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