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    Does Panasonic offer a V-Log to Rec.2020 LUT anywhere? My search wasn't very successful.


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    I don't know about a Panasonic lut but Resolve Color Management has an output transform to take gamut to 2020 as well your choice of gamma.


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    Nope, but in Premiere Pro CC, just enable HDR workflow in Lumetri and convert Log with the Rec-709, and grade according to the scopes. After you set your HDR white and specular levels, you can export an HDR compliant HEVC file that adds the necessary Rec-2020 tags for recognition by various sets and YouTube.


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    Quote Originally Posted by estarkey7 View Post
    Nope, but in Premiere Pro CC, just enable HDR workflow in Lumetri and convert Log with the Rec-709, and grade according to the scopes. After you set your HDR white and specular levels, you can export an HDR compliant HEVC file that adds the necessary Rec-2020 tags for recognition by various sets and YouTube.
    Should rather go to Resolve and use either ACES or RCM to do that instead of converting to Rec709 first and then Rec2020. That's kinda like changing resolution to SD first then resizing to 4K again lol.


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    There is also the 'color space transform' FX which can be applied as a node in Resolve if you only need to do individual clips and not the whole timeline.


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    As mentioned, Resolve is the better way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Roper View Post
    Resolve Color Management has an output transform to take gamut to 2020 as well your choice of gamma.
    I played with that. It looks like s*%t.

    Using that same process for Rec 709 and comparing RCM to the Panasonic LUT, the LUT provides substantially better results. That's why I was hoping for a Panasonic Rec 2020 LUT.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Simon View Post
    I played with that. It looks like s*%t.

    Using that same process for Rec 709 and comparing RCM to the Panasonic LUT, the LUT provides substantially better results. That's why I was hoping for a Panasonic Rec 2020 LUT.
    Ignorance is bliss.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cary Knoop View Post
    Ignorance is bliss.
    Sounds like he doesn't know what Rec2020 actually does.
    Color management is really important nowadays. Using ACES here so I can generate Rec709 and Rec2020 versions from basically the same grading (with some modifications of course)...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Simon View Post
    I played with that. It looks like s*%t.

    Using that same process for Rec 709 and comparing RCM to the Panasonic LUT, the LUT provides substantially better results. That's why I was hoping for a Panasonic Rec 2020 LUT.
    How exactly did you 'play' with it? It's not just click on a few tabs = perfect result as depending on how you exposed the V-LOG in the first place (and I assume it was 10 bit?) you will may still have to do some tonal adjustments.


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