Why LUTs

3D LUTs or Look Up Tables are nothing more than a table of numbers that apply a color transform to an image.  What makes them unique however is their ability to take the color information representative of 35mm motion picture film and apply it to your digital video footage.  It's now possible to accurately emulate all the subtle nuances and color shifts of beautiful analog film on digital.

Color grading systems like DaVinci Resolve support 3D LUTs as well as wide variety of editing applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Final Cut Pro X with either LUT Utility, LUT Gallery or Color Finale.

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OSIRIS and ImpulZ are available for purchase separately or bundled together as the Hollywood LUT Bundle.

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What's the Difference

A very common question I get asked is,  "What is the difference between OSIRIS and ImpulZ?" 

OSIRIS is a collection of 9 cinematic film emulations with contemporary color grading added on top of or baked-in.  I recommend OSIRIS for beginners or for quick stunning results without requiring a lot of effort.

ImpulZ on the other hand is a system of LUTs that accurately emulates unprocessed 35mm film stocks for a large number of precisely pre-calibrated camera profiles and sensors.  In other words Kodak and Fuji film stocks can be emulated specifically for YOUR camera be it Arri Alexa, Blackmagic Camera, Canon, GoPro, GH4, Sony A7S(ii)/FS7/F55/65, etc.  These require a little bit more effort to get use to but yield better results and more creativity.

I do want to point out that the FREE ImpulZ Basic is only designed for generic Log and Rec709 profiles.  If you want the LUTs to work best with your specific camera or picture profile you'll need to consider the ImpulZ Pro or ImpulZ Ultimate.

To get the best of both worlds I highly recommend the Hollywood LUT Bundle which has BOTH OSIRIS & ImpulZ Ultimate LUTs at a reduced price!

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