Note: only the *.cube Lut files will work on Grass Valley Edius starting with the version EDIUS 8.3
A. PREPARING THE PRESETS
Unzip the presets you purchased from us and place them in a favorite location on your hard drive.
B. USE THE LUTS INTO EDIUS 8.3 and +
1. In the folder view of the [Effect] palette, click the [Effect] tree.
2. Click the [VideoFilters] tree, and click [Color Correction].
A list of [Color Correction] effects is displayed in the effect view.
3. Drag and drop [Primary Color Correction] to the clip (video part) on the timeline.
Clips with the [Primary Color Correction] effect applied (video part) are displayed with an orange line.
4. Display the [Information] palette, and double-click [Primary Color Correction].
5.Click [LUT Settings] in [Color Space]
6. Click [Register new LUT].
The selected LUT is added to [Registered LUT] in the [LUT Settings] dialog box.
EXTRA INFO [Primary Color Correction] Dialog Box
(1) [Color Space]
[Source] Select a color space to apply to the clip.
[Destination] Select a color space to apply when exporting.
(2) [Exposure] Adjusts the brightness.
(3) [White Balance]
[Temperature] Adjusts the color temperature.
[Tint] Adjusts the tint.
(4) [Lift] Locks the highlight area and adjust the brightness of the shadow area.
(5) [Gamma] Adjusts the brightness of intermediate tone area.
(6) [Gain] Locks the shadow area and adjust the brightness of the highlight area.
(7) [Saturation] Adjusts the saturation.
(8) [Curve] Adjusts the hue and saturation using the tone curves.
[Curve Detail] Moves the five points of [Curve] set by the luminosity level vertically and horizontally to adjust the brightness.
(9) [Set default parameters]
Click [Set default parameters] on the right of each item to restore the default setting for the item.
Click [Set default parameters] on the bottom of the dialog box to restore the default settings for all items.
(10) Preview setting. Aligns the video of a clip to which primary color correction is applied and the other clips to compare the colors.
(11) [Undo] Undoes an operation.
(12) [Redo] Redoes an undone operation.
Last Update: February 6, 2018