FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2

Vintage Inspired Look-Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 for Final Cut Pro X allows users to convert any media into an old-fashioned vintage look. FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 contains 60 different color-grade presets, giving editors multiple options for adding different color options. Users can add film grain for distorted looks, vignettes and blurs to single out subjects, plus much more. FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 is designed for any skill-set in mind, from novice video makers to advanced film editors. FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 is designed for FCPX versions 10.3.1 and newer.

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Color Grading with FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 in Final Cut Pro X

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Look Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

Includes 60 Look-Up Table Presets

FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 includes 60 look-up table color grades designed for Final Cut Pro X. Look-Up Table color grades adjust the existing color tones in each shot while adding colorful vintage-inspired looks. Each color grade is selected from a drop down menu located in the effects tab and modified using the adjustment controls located in the FCPX Inspector window.

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Look Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

Drag & Drop Effect

This FCPX LUT Color-grading tool consists of a single FCPX Effect preset, with all color controls and presets located in a drop-down menu. These effects are simply dragged and dropped onto the desired media, and adjusted accordingly. Each time the effect is applied, users have the ability to adjust contrast, gradient overlays, film grain, vignettes, and much more.

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Look Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

Make each shot have a Vintage Appeal

FCPX Lut Vintage Volume 2 allows users to instantly change any shot into an old-fashioned retro look, with soft color adjustments. Users have the ability to adjust the opacity of each effect. FCPX users can add color gradient overlays to each shot enhancing the color, and adding film grain. FCPX users are also able to adjust vignettes and outer blurs, giving the illusion of depth of field while adding more focus to the subject.

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Look Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

Designed For Final Cut Pro X

Editors can change any shot into an old-fashioned look with FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2.  Further modifications are made to the colors of the highlights, shadows, and mid-tones if so desired. FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 includes Gradient Overlays and film grain effects, allowing users to change the style, and further enhance the color. FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 is designed for quick color modifications, saving the user valuable time.

*Mac OS Sierra requires Sierra Installers to be ran only along with a Manual Install, Instructions for Installation are included and can also be found under the Installation FAQ page below.

**Designed for FCPX Versions 10.3.1 and newer.

Installing FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2


How do I Install FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 in Final Cut Pro X?

Learn how to Install a Pixel Film Studios FCPX Effect-Based plugin. Also, depending on the users OS, there may be separate included installers that need to be run. Check your system requirements to see what Operating System you have before running the installers. There are included Mac OS Sierra installation instructions that only apply to users running Mac OS Sierra. Users not running Mac OS Sierra: Make Sure the Mac's security Settings allow Applications to be downloaded and ran from Anywhere (Directions located in the next Section) and make sure the correct installers are ran.

Unidentified Developer and Won't Install

This usually happens due to your macs security settings. The Message you got was to inform you the app wasn't purchased in the Mac App Store. Below is a video tutorial on how to resolve this issue.  

FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 Tutorial for Final Cut Pro X


While we don't have a Lesson for this exact LUT pack at the moment, all the LUT loaders are similar in functionality and usability. Watching this following tutorial should help users understand the workflow and how to correctly apply and modify each LUT effect. A Lesson for this exact LUT Style should be available in the near future, and can be found here once it is available.      

FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I find the Plugin?

FCPX LUT Vintage Volume 2 will be located in the effects library. The effects library is located in the bottom right of the Final Cut Pro X application window.

Are The LUT's Preview-able?

The FCPX LUT Loader is a look-up-table file loader tool built with real-time application in mind. The LUT files are designed to populate in a drop-down menu, which can only be previewed by selected the LUT when its already applied to a clip.

Can The LUT Files be Adjusted?

The FCPX LUT Loader includes opacity adjustments, Vignette controls, and also gives users the ability to add tints to their Lighter Tones, Mid-Tones, and shadows. This adjustment has a Mix control allowing the effect to be strong or subtle, depending on the users liking.

How Can I add other LUT's to the Drop Down Menu?

To load an external LUT, the location of the LUT file itself isn’t important. So long as the user knows where the LUT is located (i.e. the desktop), it can be loaded from anywhere. To make things easier for the user, it’s possible to populate the dropdown list by adding LUT files to the directory: /Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/FCPXLutVintageVolume2.fxplug/Contents/Resources/LUTS Just make sure that you’re using the correct “Library” folder. There are a number of other “Library” folders in varies places that the user could mistake for the correct one. The first / means that you’re at the root level on the hard drive. To get there, open up any finder window and press Cmd+Shift+g. This will bring up the go to folder command. The simply type “/“ without the quotes and press enter. The user may need administrative privileges to get to the folder and change it’s contents. If the LUT files don’t show up in the dropdown list after adding them to the directory, try restarting Final Cut.