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Header image for article At the Bench: Loading LUTs on a RED with IPP2 Workflow

At the Bench: Loading LUTs on a RED with IPP2 Workflow

RED's new IPP2 workflow, which is supported in-camera with the latest RED DSMC2 bodies brings a lot to R3D workflows. One of the most important features is the ability to load a custom 33-sided 3D LUT in .cube format into the camera for viewing. In this blog, I show you two scenarios for on set and off set LUT creation.

In part one of the video, I use Pomfort LiveGrade to create a look, which then I load into the camera and bring up on the LCD display and a monitor via the camera's HD-SDI output. Next, I show how LUTs for IPP2 are created in DaVinci Resolve and review the process for loading into the camera and displaying them.

Note: All R3D files can be put into the IPP2 workflow in post, in applications like RED Cine-X Pro or DaVinci Resolve 15.x, even if shot on older bodies that don't support the new image processing pipeline in-camera.

Ian McCausland
Camera Technology Specialist, AbelCine LA

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