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LUT creating/editing app

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A while ago started to develop an app, which now can also load 3D cube LUTs, edit them, and export as cube or hald.
Of course creating LUTs based on a source image/frame is the main functionality, which evolved a lot since the app first started.

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Android:

Google version, size 1M (running on System): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kinoseed.photomatch
Mozilla version, size 40+ M (with built-in GeckoView): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kinoseed.matchcolor

You can use the app via any modern browser or Android device.
Web: https://kinoseed.com/
 

If your try the google version, and the sliders don't move smoothly, it's a bug that google is still fixing, try the Mozilla version, as it works for all devices.

Let me know what you think.

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I'm trying out a new "no sliders" interface, using a "touch pad" area to "push adjustments", and I would love some feedback.

The goal is that by removing the information about "how much correction is applied", the user focuses on the actual image-result.
Hopefully, it's also easier to adjust, especially when using a touch-screen device.
 

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i don't really understand why this app is for android systems as most of editors works on computers when it comes to video.

i don't use my phone to grade.

or maybe this is aiming the instagram / social networks community ?

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The app with built-in GeckoView should perform solid and fast, but that comes with the price of 40Mb.
As we move to Fenix launch, GeckoView is being optimized, however aarch64 is lagging, and as such only 32bit version is delivered trough the store.

Using android's built-in library is less reliable, and performance depends on specific device, as there are still some bugs related to specific hardware, which are still pending.
 

As such, I recommend you stick with Mozilla's GeckoView version for now.
Here's today's test using a Mi9 sample image, with the updated back-engine vE25

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