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  1. Joe Cinquina

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    Does anyone have any good suggestions for LUTs for the P4 camera?


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  2. richparry

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    I can't help you with P4 LUTs, but maybe you know where I can get P3 LUTs?

    thanks,
    Rich
     
  3. realsting

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    I have not checked as yet.. But you might want to look at redgiant.com quality is renowned.
     
  4. Stealthmatt

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    PRESETS FOR DJI LOG


    Any updates he does are free and you always get the newest ones he releases.
     
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  5. Nejkoy

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    Any free options? :) just for trial use?
     
  6. msinger

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    Here's a nice P3 LUT (which probably works okay for the P4 too):
    FREE DJI LUT
     
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  7. Cornelito

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    Can someone kindly upload some good LUTs on free hosting server ?
     
  8. Phantom4Ryan

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    Would you be able to apply these LUTS in final cut pro X?
     
  9. Stealthmatt

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    I am not sure, but thats what you get for using apple crap!
     
  10. maseman88

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    yea, its total crap.... :rolleyes:
     
  11. Stealthmatt

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    Thank you friend, I am glad others realise this as well. Windows machines is where its at, more versatile and easier to upgrade.

    if you must use final cut poo, then you can use DAVINCI RESOLVE 12.5 free version to color grade and export into Final cut poo
     
  12. b0dyr0ck2006

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    What do you use out of interest?
     
  13. Stealthmatt

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    Still trying to find the right software, but it looks like Adobe Premier Pro CC is what ill end up using, or Davinci resolve, they have an editor in there as well.

    I wish windows has Final Cut Pro :( im just jelly.
     
  14. maseman88

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    You missed my sarcasm emoji... Enjoy your windows clutter
     
  15. DonaldictTrumperbatch

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    Whats better, the set of this guy or the LUTs from STORE ?
     
  16. Roamer105

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    Recently DJI published a set of 3 LUTs developed specifically for the dlog mode on the P3P and P4 cameras. I finally stumbled on it, and played with those LUTs and some of my prime dlog footage. WOW - they are fantastic. Unfortunately out-of-the-box they don't work on Adobe Premiere PRO, but they do work on Davinci Resolve. I simply took a clip into Resolve, applied one of the three LUTs and then created a LUT based on the clip using Resolve. The resulting LUT works on Adobe Premiere PRO and (unless you added grading to the clip before creating the new LUT) is exactly the same as the DJI original.

    I reprocessed many of my dlog projects using these LUTs. I am extremely pleased with the significantly enhanced mid-tones and shadows. After applying the LUT, I simply made the necessary adjustments to exposure since I shoot fixed and pushed the blacks and highlights to maximize the range using the scopes on Adobe. If you lower saturation and contrast during recording, use the "enhanced" LUT. It will compensate for that to some degree.
     
  17. Roamer105

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    I have the GC LUTs for DJI. I don't like the results very much in most cases as there is too much "style" in each of them. GC does not have a "natural" LUT. Use the ones published by DJI (find them under downloads : https://dl.djicdn.com/downloads/phantom_3/Phantom_3_Dlog_3DLUT.zip)