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Despeghel [Avatar]
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What if I want to put a LUT on a clip and then Put a second LUT over the first LUT.

In my case, I have a Color Correction LUT and a Teal&Orange LUT

First, I want to apply the Color Correction LUT, then as next, the Orange&Teal LUT (or what ever LUT)

As for now, when I aplly a LUT to my clip and the effect takes places, when I then select the next LUT, the first one dissapears.

Is there a way to fix this...?
tomasc [Avatar]
Senior Contributor Private Message Joined: Aug 25, 2011 12:33 Messages: 5319 Offline
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I don’t think the first lut is needed. You can try this: Place the clip on two different tracks, one aligned above the other. Apply one LUT to the top clip. Apply the other LUT to the bottom clip. Adjust the opacity of the clip on the bottom with PiP designer or by moving the opacity line on the clip to get the color desired.
Senior Contributor Private Message Location: California, USA Joined: Sep 16, 2011 16:04 Messages: 5450 Offline
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There are two other approaches I can think of: if you really want to apply 2 LUTs, you'll have to apply the first one and produce it, then import the produced clip and apply the 2nd LUT.

If you have an existing clip (or have already produced one with the desired LUTs), you can to use the Color Match tool to quickly match all future clips to that palette.
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