The previously released Acros 100 I & II and the not really existing Acros 400 IR, now also in Adobe Cube format. I don’t have a list of all compatible software at the moment, but I think that with either one (Haldclut or Cube) you can use almost any image editing software.
The biggest problem is the name confusion, because the LUT entry is used in almost all formats, even those that are not compatible with each other.
In any case, I read on the Adobe Support Community that .cube Lut’s can indeed also be used in Premiere, sometimes only a different way of use or an import is required.
The link below follows a question about using cube files in Premiere, but you can also follow other related links from there:
importing .cube LUTs into Premiere / Lumetri
Below are a few examples of the three types of Cube simulations used in Darktable.
On the subject of Darktable, yes, here too you can use the .cube format – as well as the haldcluts.
By the way, Darktable is “The” alternative to Adobe Lightroom,
or is it the other way around?
Because frankly, apart from the fact that you have to put money on the table to use Adobe Lightroom, there is actually no difference.
Here and there the work methods differ, but for the most part they are a copy of each other.
As I wrote in the previous blogs, a different subject-colors-exposure also gives a completely different result. It is therefore a matter of experimenting to see whether the IR effect works, or whether you like the regular Acros version more.
Try it out for yourself and download the three versions here:
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