MWR: Using Luts With Your Monitor

MWR: Using Luts With Your Monitor

Using Luts With Your Monitor

with FilmConvert

In this week's episode of Move with Rhino, we wanted to show how you can improve your workflow by using a field monitor to preview your color grade before you take the footage to post. In other words, seeing what your clip will look in real time while shooting your video. FilmConvert makes it a breeze to color grade your footage and export custom LUT's that you can import into your monitor. After ditching our old ways and switching to FilmConvert, we have no regrets. This is our honest opinion. Check out the video below to find out how we use it!

Behind The Scenes

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We know that color grading can be tough. Do you ever feel like after hours of research and hundreds of dollars spent on LUTs you still can't get the right color correction you want? Trust us, we have been there. Which is exactly why we want to share the solution that we found. Watch the video below to see step by step how we color grade our videos with the FilmConvert adobe plugin.

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