GARUDA Color Presets for DJI Mavic & Mavic Pro Series

Garuda LUTs pack comes with 15 color presets for aerial video photography designed for DJI Mavic and Mavic Pro series in DLog and Cinelike as well as Rec 709 version and for any other drone.

This premium quality presets pack has two main folders for .3dl and .cube formats and each one has five subfolders.

The main folder has two lut formats:
1) – 3dl
2) – cube

And five subfolders:

• 01-GARUDA REC 709
• 02-DLog STD & Rec 709
• 03-DLog ENH & Rec 709
• Technical
• Bonus

For aerial footage shot in Log mode use DLog or Cinelike to convert your video in Rec 709 retaining all the dynamic range or adjust manually video levels and saturation to your taste before applying the Garuda Rec 709 luts.

If your footage is already in rec 709 which is the HD and 4K standard color space mode choose any Rec 709 Garuda lut you like.

And as a free bonus check also both folders: Bonus and Technical

Compatible Video Software

Adobe After Effects
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Speedgrade
Apple Final Cut Pro X
Avid Media Composer
Cyberlink ColorDirector Ultra
DaVinci Resolve
Sony Vegas
The Foundry Nuke… & more.

Compatible Image Software

Adobe Photoshop
Affinity Photo… & more.

How to apply the LUTs

You should first load the Luts in your software by copying them in the right folder, in the case of DaVinci Resolve or by Plugin as in Apple Final Cut Pro X or Adobe After Effects.
Apply the lut and make any adjustment you need like contrast and/or saturation, or leave as they are blending them with opacity in the software of your choice.
If you need to flatten your video or image use L&L Rec709 2 Flat then combine with the Lut of your choice.
Find details in your favorite NLE manual or watch online these online tutorials:

Adobe Premiere

Adobe After Effects

Adobe Premiere & After Effects

Final Cut Pro X ( Pixel Film Studio Lut Loader)

For Final Cut Pro 10.4 and above users please note: you don’t need any Lut loader plugin as Final Cut has now his own lut loader in Effects “ Custom LUT “ just drag it on your clip, then in the Video Inspector use the LUT pop-up menu and Choose Custom LUT to load the lut of your choice.

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