PictureFX Pro Provia, Velvia, Classic Chrome, Superia 200, Acros 100II – CUBE
A while ago I started converting Lut’s to Cube format, because there was a demand for it.
For this I installed conversion software on my computer, and according to the creator of that software the resulting .cube files are suitable for Adobe CS6 and up, and other compatible software.
They were tested afterwards on Luminar AI and Darktable on which they worked.
But, afterwards I received a message that there were problems in Adobe.
Since then I have been looking for possible explanations and ended up in a tangle of Lut – 3DLut and Cube files.
Apparently not everyone is very careful with names, at least, I note that anyway, because what a Lut is to one, a Cube or 3DLut is to the other and vice versa. I have found several “Lut-Cube-3DL” files with exactly the same file extensions, but with different compatibility.
Normalization and standardization are apparently hard to find here.
Luts and the like are also used in the video world, and there is so much software available nowadays that it is an almost hopeless quest.
Anyway, I found another converter that also creates CUBE files, which the creator says is compatible with: Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Davinci Resolve, etc.
Regarding the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom I have strong doubts, But Darkroom was also able to open these other files. So they will probably work in some other programs too, you will have to test it out.
So, I’ve put together a new set of Fujifilm simulations in this “different” CUBE format.
Provia, Velvia, Classic Chrome, Superia 200, Acros 100II
You can download the full set of 5 here:
Please do me a favor, if you have tested these CUBE’s on your computer and they appear to work,
Please leave a message below with the name of the software used and version if applicable – I can use that information to assign the correct compatibility, and many other readers will be happy with this !
Thanks in advance !