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    Red Leader Jannard's Avatar
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    FLUT is the brainchild of Graeme.

    The "F" in FLUT stands for "floating point".

    If you haven't clipped RAW, you haven't clipped any ISO. Move your mid grey anywhere you want without fear of clipping.

    FLUT includes another new color science. That's right. Number 3. Better than number 2, which was better than the original.

    FLUT includes a new color space- REDcolor (more accurate than before)

    FLUT includes a new gamma- REDgamma (more info from RAW than before)

    Since an r3d is RAW, you can re-grade any old footage with the new color science.

    FLUT works with the Mysterium sensor. It works better with Mysterium-X sensor.

    Examples will be shown at RED Day. You'll be impressed, I'm quite sure.

    Jim
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    already impressed.
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    Its so great to be a REDUSER :~) but it will be even greater to be a RED EPIC user, especially if you guys keep it up he he.
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    More test pics!
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    I've been wondering for a while. Thanks for the explanation.
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    mmm. Juicy.
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    Thank you Natress!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatC View Post
    Thank you Natress!
    Saying thanks doesn't do him justice. What shall we do, Graeme?
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    Thank You Jim,

    When and what software(s) will see these features in first?

    Thanks Jim.

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