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Photoshop CC New Feature - Export 3D LUTs

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Just clicked on the "what's new" link in my Photoshop Creative Cloud update that's being pushed out today and at the very end it says:

"the ability to export 3D LUTs; support for new video formats including Sony RAW and Canon RAW; and more."

 

That's a good feature imo.  I would prefer to grade everything in Adobe Camera Raw if at all possible.

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Also New Features for Premiere Pro CC being pushed out today.  I can't link it because it's tied to my account that's logged in but here's a cut and paste:

 

Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2014)

Live Text templates

Modify the text in After Effects compositions without leaving Premiere Pro. (Requires 2014 release of After Effects.)See how it works

Masking and tracking

Create feathered masks that obscure or highlight objects by following their movement across frames. Send masks to After Effects via Dynamic Link to access more advanced tracking features.See how it works

Master clip effects

When you apply effects to a master clip, the changes ripple down through every part of that clip in your sequence.See how it works

Enhanced graphics performance in Mercury Playback Engine

Work faster thanks to OpenCL workflow improvements, a GPU debayer for RED media, and new support for Intel Iris.

Faster editing workflow

Get better handling of large projects plus faster sorting and searching in the Project panel. Multiple new editing features respond to key customer requests like reverse match frame and volume keyframe nudge.

New delivery formats

Export to industry-standard AS11 for broadcast and Digital Cinema Package (DCP) for screening rooms. Both formats include associated metadata. Also, export stereo audio to Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus.

Typekit integration

Browse fonts from Typekit from the Title menu and download them for use in your projects.See how it works

AutoSave to Cloud

Automatically back up your Premiere Pro projects to Adobe Creative Cloud.

New native format support

Get built-in support for the ARRI AMIRA camera, with appropriate color LUTs applied as master clips on import. Also get native support for Sony STtP, Canon RAW, and improved support for CinemaDNG formats.See how it works

Streamlined voiceover recording

Access audio input settings, recording preferences, and signal monitoring from the Timeline panel. After setup, record voiceover directly in the Timeline with one click.

Maintain pitch during scrubbing

Maintain audio pitch when scrubbing or playing back at higher or lower speeds, so it’s easy to hear spoken and musical cues.

And so much more

Also includes: A Reverse Match Frame command; a Track Select Backwards tool; improved Project Panel search and sort times; Mercury OpenCL support for Intel Iris architectures; and more.See full release notes

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Very cool. It's been possible to create 3D LUTs by modifying 2D textures (for Resolve etc.), though it's not possible to get everything ACR can do WRT color into a 3D LUT (local pixel processing with neighbors, etc.).

 

It's not likely ACR will be part of Premiere Pro in its current form. Perhaps a subset that can be GPU accelerated might make it to PPro. ACR was designed originally for stills- it's really too slow for an NLE. If you need ACR level control, Adobe wants you to go to After Effects.

 

Masking & tracking is indeed huge! Looking forward to giving it a try (hopefully has qualifiers too as with Resolve).

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Cinema DNG files are now playable/editable inside Premiere. Haven't figured out how to open Adobe Raw Editor yet in Premiere though.

Right click on the clip in your bin or your timeline and go to "Source Settings"

 

You get RAW controls for exposure, tint, and color temp. LUTs can be loaded with Lumetri.

 

I'm getting pink highlights when I pull the exposure down on BMPCC and ML RAW footage, but this is still pretty great.

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