FCPX LUT Colourise

Look Up Table Color Grades for FCPX

FCPX LUT Colourise is an all-new enhancing color-grading pack from Pixel Film Studios.  Editors can quickly and easily add vibrant color grades and gradient overlays to their footage. A LUT is a Lookup Table that contains a mathematical formula for modifying an image. The LUT changes every pixel’s color to the corresponding color indicated by the table. FCPX LUT Colourise comes with 60 different CUBE LUT files, which can be combined with 55 different gradient overlays.

FCPX LUT Colourise requires Final Cut Pro X 10.3.2 or newer.

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Color Grading in Final Cut Pro X with FCPX LUT Colourise

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Final Cut Pro X Plugin FCPX LUT Colourise

60 Vibrant LUT Files

FCPX LUT Colourise pack comes with 60 enhanced Look-Up Table files, and 55 gradient overlays. A LUT is a Look Up Table that contains a mathematical formula for modifying an image. A “LUT” changes every pixel’s color to the corresponding color indicated by the table. By manipulating each pixel, LUT’s can change each color range differently, giving the user more control over their look. Using the LUT combined with adding any gradient overlay, enhances the style of any shot.

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Final Cut Pro X Plugin FCPX LUT Colourise

Instantly Enhance the Shot

FCPX LUT Colourise allows quick & easy enhancement to any media. FCPX users simply drag & drop the effect to the timeline, and choose a look-up table file. Each LUT selection is made from a drop-down menu. FCPX users have the ability to push contrast, brighten or darken a scene, and much more. Once the LUT is added, users can combine the LUT with any color gradient overlay for added style.

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Final Cut Pro X Plugin FCPX LUT Colourise

Includes the FCPX LUT Loader

CUBE LUT files are extremely versatile. CUBE LUT Files are used in many different softwares. With the FCPX LUT Loader from Pixel Film Studios, editors can quickly and easily load a LUT file directly into Final Cut Pro X to color correct or grade their footage without having to use another software. Users can simply drop the loader on top of their footage and then, use the drop down menu to select or import a CUBE file.

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Final Cut Pro X Plugin FCPX LUT Colourise

Designed for FCPX

FCPX LUT Colourise allows users to add vibrant color grades and gradients to any media.  Any modifications can be made to the color of the highlights, shadows, and mid-tones, if so desired. FCPX LUT Colourise includes Gradient Overlays and film grain effects, allowing the user to add more to each look. This plugin tool allows quick color modification, enabling changes to be made on the fly.

*Mac OS Sierra requires Sierra Installers to be ran only, along with Manual Installing the plugin.  Installation Instructions are on the Installation FAQ page below.

**Designed for FCPX Versions 10.3.2 and newer.

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FCPX LUT Colourise 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 Colourise Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I find the Plugin?

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