Workflow: Leeming LUT One – Sony HLG BT.2020 for Rec.709 in FCP X Note: If you’d like to upload HLG HDR videos to YouTube, click here. 1) Import files. 2) Select clips in the timeline and in the inspector click on Color Space Override then select Rec.709 from the drop-down menu. 3) Select clips in the timeline and in the inspector, click on Camera LUT then select Leeming LUT One – Sony HLG for Rec.709 v.601 from the drop-down menu. 4) Footage is now ready for grading. 7 thoughts on “Workflow: Leeming LUT One – Sony HLG BT.2020 for Rec.709 in FCP X” Add yours Pingback: How to Work with the Leeming LUT for Panasonic HLG in FCP X 10.4 | The Daejeon Chronicles Thank you for this post. However, when I change the viewing settings to Proxy, the Sony HLG Rec.2020 files blow out again – even when using your LUT. It works fine when in View – Original / Optimised but not when I go to View – Proxy. Any ideas to help would be appreciated? These are Sony A7iii video files shot in the HLG – Rec. 2020 setting. On the latest version of FCPX Reply I just imported a clip, created a proxy and when I toggle between proxy and original media, they both look identical. Not sure why yours is looking blown out. 🤔Are you using the Leeming LUT? Reply Depending on your settings, proxy files may be generated on import. The proxies will show a lower res version of whatever the clip looked like at the time of the proxy generation. If you change the LUT, colour space, gamma curve (RED), the proxy will not show those changes if they occurred AFTER the proxies were generated. Is this LUT compatible with LumaFusion? Reply Not sure, Bobby. Best to ask Paul at his FB group. Reply Pingback: How to Work with the Leeming LUT for Panasonic HLG in FCP X 10.4 – The Daejeon Chronicles Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.