Why does Vegas13 make a LUT plugin available and then have no LUT tables to work with. Makes no sense.
The few LUT tables that I've obtained don't work at all with Vegas and only produce crazy colors, etc.
Vegas13 has an V-log plugin and in order to use it you need the LUT's which are the tables that work with the plugin that tell it what natural and vibrant colors to produce from the dull footage that the V-log footage produces.
There's no LUTs out there that I can find that work with Vegas.
[Roger Bansemer]"Vegas13 has an V-log plugin and in order to use it you need the LUT's which are the tables that work with the plugin that tell it what natural and vibrant colors to produce from the dull footage that the V-log footage produces. "
Are you referring to the 3rd party VisionColor LUT Plug-in? To my knowledge Vegas Pro does not come with a LUT plug-in from Sony.
If that's the one you are referring to, you might want to contact VisionColor support and ask where they recommend you can download LUT's that are compatible with their plug-in. I see they have the formats listed on their web site but I've never used that particular plug-in as I don't have a camera that shoots in any LOG format. :(
Since I do not own DVX200, I just downloaded a sample DVX200 footage from Vimeo.
I then split the footage in Vegas, separated the vlog part and applied the LUT for DVX200 which I downloaded from the Panasonic site ("VLog_to_V709_forDVX200_ver100.cube"). The LUT instantaneously gave me vivid colors. I attach the before and after screenshots. If you can get a similar result, I believe the Panasonic LUT via the VisionColor plug-in is working for you.
That's what I've been looking for I'm pretty sure.
Can you point me to the URL where you found the LUT for DVX200?
I have looked on the Panasonic site and don't see where it might be.
Thanks very much.
*Images captured from actual footage shot on AG-DVX200 and graded for web.
The AG-DVX200 features a V-Log L function that is equivalent to the V-Log and curve characteristics provided on the new VariCam Series. Its 12-stop wide dynamic range accommodates cinema production work requiring post-process color gradation. In addition to this, gamma curves can be selected from 8 modes, including CINE-LIKE V, CINELIKE D, FILMLIKE 1/2/3, HD and SD.
* The VariCam35 V-Log has 14+ stops.
V-Log L to V-709 LUT (look-up table) Download (367 KB)