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  1. #1 LUT support in video player 
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    I am looking for some software that will let me play back BPMCC Prores files with a LUT applied. I could use resolve, but I don't want to bring my dongle on set, and there are too many steps to get that going. I have tried Scratch, but that app is really complicated. Something like VLC with LUT support would be great. any ideas?
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    You could use the lite version of Resolve...
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    Yeah, I just hate to install two versions on the same machine (if that's even possible). I wish that resolve would just disable the full features when the dongle is not present. i guess I'm just going to have to try and install the lite version to see if I can have both.
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    Ahhh same machine - you can only have 1 copy of Resolve because of shared components they tell me
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    Quote Originally Posted by bscenefilms View Post
    Looks interesting, but dang thats expensive. Not saying its over priced, its just more than I need.
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    Yeah, I am not seeing a lot of options for this. That was the only stand-alone player I know of that supports LUTS.
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    RV is the industry standard for this kind of stuff. In every big post house I've worked at, we used RV to review all kinds of footage and cg renderings. It's a great little software that is very powerful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4saken View Post
    RV is the industry standard for this kind of stuff. In every big post house I've worked at, we used RV to review all kinds of footage and cg renderings. It's a great little software that is very powerful.
    Yeah, looks like it!

    id love to own it, and probably will eventually. But for now I need to find something cheaper.
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    MadVR can use 3D luts. That's how it does calibration. You may need to convert your luts in a suitable format though.
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