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The LUT evaluates a given colour transformation function or series of colour transformation function over a given domain to produce the resulting range of colour values. At the simplest, to generate your ARRI Log-C to BT.709 3D LUT, one would start by producing a cube/table of linearly spaced RGB samples according to the precision required, commonly 33 (or ...


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Ideally, yes. You should calibrate the monitor as closely as possible using the monitor's own "custom" adjustments that allow you to adjust the contrast, R, G, and B channel levels, and brightness independently while measuring the results with your colorimeter. Once you've got as closely as you can using the monitor's controls, then use the ...


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I've never actually tried this, so it's a bit of guesswork. I only thought of it after I had my displays set up [& don't want to mess anything up now;) First, switch off anything that claims to be "smart" or "self-adjusting" in the display's controls. I've never used an LG monitor, but their TVs have so much "user-friendly" ...


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