Step-by-step instructions for loading video LUTs into Adobe Premiere Pro
Please read the instructions below before you start.
In the following pages of this guide, we have walked through (including screenshots) the entire process of installing and using video LUTs so that you can quickly and easily install your LUTs in the Adobe Premiere Pro.
Use one-click video LUTS to get the magic of editing exposure, brightness, and color in your footage. If you enjoy our video LUTs, we'd be grateful if you could share your edits with us. Mark us on your beautiful video on Instagram and YouTube.
So, let's go!
After the purchase, you will be presented with a page with downloads. We also sent you an email with a download button.
Note: The following instructions show example screenshots Adobe Premiere Pro based on Everyday Vibes video LUTs. All actions are the same for any video LUTs from our store.
So, download all files (.cube) to your desktop.
Start by importing your videos or open your project. Once you have your clips ready to go, navigate to the Color Tab and look for Basic Correction.
Input custom LUTs in Adobe Premiere Pro (OPTION 1)
In the Basic Correction section, you’ll see a button titled Input LUT with the clickable word None next to it.
Click this button and then click Browse.
Clicking Browse will open up your folders. Navigate to the desired LUT you downloaded to apply it to your footage.
Once applied, you can see the effects of the LUT on your footage. You’ll also see the color waveforms change in your Lumetri Scopes tab to give you an idea of how the LUT affects your clip.
Also, you can additionally adjust the White Balance, Tone, Highlights/ Shadows, and more to get your clip amazing.
Input custom LUTs in Adobe Premiere Pro (OPTION 2)
Apply pre-loaded LUTs from the Lumetri Color Tab in Premiere. This will give you the added benefit of being able to adjust the intensity of your LUT, making it less or more intense than your current state.
Go to Lumetri Color Tab - Creative section. You’ll see a button titled Look with the clickable word ‘None’ next to it. Click this button and then click Browse.
All done! Great job!
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