Heads up - If you add any of your own LUTs they go into the Technical or Creative folder for LUTs inside the Premiere Pro application package. I've had to do that for Sony and Panasonic cameras. When you export from Premiere, then you are OK. However, if you export through AME, you must have also added these same LUTs into AME's application package. Otherwise, those shots will export/render without the LUT applied.
OK. I ran a test. Yes, if you create these folders in the Common folder and place the LUTs in there, it works across the apps. For some reasons though, I had to create these folders. They didn't already exist. Thanks.
[John Pale]"The “Common” folder method is the sanctioned Adobe way to do it"
Thanks. The only problem with either approach is that Adobe links these LUTs by their relative stack positions, which have been sorted by their alphabetical file names. If you add any LUT into either app package or the common folder, it will shift the alphabetical order. This means any sequence where you previously used a LUT in the basic or creative Lumetri tab, that LUT may now be in a different relative position within the LUT stack order and your sequence may now be referencing the wrong LUT.