How to Adjust the Intensity of LUTs on Shotcut When Applying a Cinematic Look to Your Videos


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This technique can be used with any filter or multiple filters between Mask: Simple Shape and Mask: Apply to blend the filtered image with the image immediately prior to Mask: Simple Shape. For example, you could have color correction before all of this, the masked Opacity filter will not affect that, and the masked filters will blend with the color-corrected image. You really need to visualize the Mask: Apply as an internal compositing of the clip with itself, or perhaps it would be nice if Filters displayed them indented like:

  • White Balance
  • Mask: Simple Shape
    • Opacity
    • LUT (3D)
  • Mask: Apply
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Super useful stuff once again. :+1: :+1: :+1:

Love the addition you made in your intro presentation : :laughing: :+1:

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The cap suits you.
I had a scare when you showed up, but I was relieved that there was a transparent screen. That way we avoid contagions, hehe. :smile:
The new entry looked great. :+1:

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Ha ha, thanks! You’re the first one who caught the easter egg, since most people usually skip through the intro. Very perceptive!

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Nice catch! Can’t put anything past you…

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Wonderful stuff, @bentacular. I noticed the cap also… Nice touch to swipe me into your tutorial… Great work!

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LOL. Thanks!

He was well advised and the result is positive.

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Very true!

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Waiting for the swipes on your intros…

Their swipes will be with a mechanical arm of a Dalek or something similar. Don’t you remember what it looks like with the cap? :joy:

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That’s right! It’ll be a robot

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