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1 hour ago, Stathman said:

Correct me if I'm wrong, i think the correct way to do it is to use the preferred "HLG to xxx Lut" as a 3d output lut so any further corrections happening before the lut is applied to the image.

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actually it is wrong. color magement will convert to any output you want and you can change it when you want and rcm is non destructive.

 

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2 hours ago, thephoenix said:

actually it is wrong. color magement will convert to any output you want and you can change it when you want and rcm is non destructive.

 

Yes, of course you can use rcm.

I was just following the previews posts and my point was about the correct way to apply the lut.

You can use REC.2100 HLG as an input in rcm.

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how do you guys handle hlg with premiere ?

got some footage on my ninja v shot with the xt3 hlg, premiere tells me it is 8bit and in scopes i cannot get the full range even with higlights set at max

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what is the exact workflow here though? i just import my HLG footage in final cut, and then simply drop that alexa x2 lut on it and grade it from there? or do i have to tell final cut to interpret the footage in some particular way blabla

 

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On 4/4/2019 at 11:01 AM, kepache said:

what is the exact workflow here though? i just import my HLG footage in final cut, and then simply drop that alexa x2 lut on it and grade it from there? or do i have to tell final cut to interpret the footage in some particular way blabla

 

HLG is Rec2020 it has to be resolved to Rec709 at some point unless only going to be seen on a TV that can resolve HDR10. 

FCPX has a default custom lut plugin that can do just that in a Rec709 Library. Pop it on your footage and choose Rec2020 input and Rec709 output...to boot you can add a lut if you want to or just let the plug resolve the color space for you.

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13 hours ago, Wed said:

HLG is Rec2020 it has to be resolved to Rec709 at some point unless only going to be seen on a TV that can resolve HDR10. 

FCPX has a default custom lut plugin that can do just that in a Rec709 Library. Pop it on your footage and choose Rec2020 input and Rec709 output...to boot you can add a lut if you want to or just let the plug resolve the color space for you.

thanks!

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First of all, thank you for sharing your results!

I'm just starting out with video, could you please share the LUT that you used for the shot titled "HLG with Alexa LUT generated by LUTCalc, no grading, WB 5300K, Shift 0"? My results look vastly different from what you are getting, I'm not sure what I'm inputting wrong in LUTCalc. I'm using Resolve.

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Stathman, thanks for sharing your workflow with the custom LUTs. I'm curious as to why nobody is keeping the gamma fixed in HLG (without transform) and just remapping the gamut to Rec.709. When using the LUTs shared on here I found myself pulling the luma curve way down to get a correct exposure and gamma. I then created a new LUT that transforms the gamut from Rec2100 to Rec709 but keeps the gamma as Rec2100 HLG (no transform). With this new LUT I barely have to tweak the wheels to get the image looking neutral.

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Can anyone help with the exact steps to edit HLG Footage in FCPX?

1) Library set to Rec2020

2) Import Files recorded in 422 Pro Res 10bit Fujifilm Flog F.Gamut of the NINJA V in FCPX (They show up as Rec709 files in the infobox window, what is strange / The internal recorded files are displayed as Rec2020 HLG in the infobox box in the right corner)

3) And then how to proceed?!

 

Thank you!

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