Can someone guide me in using a commercial film emulation LUT as a Look Management Transform? The DP i'm working with would like to use a commercial film emulation LUT on-set and for dailies, with a view to use it as the starting point for the final grade. At various stages in the production, we'll be shooting on the Arri AMIRA, Arri AlexaXT, RED Epic, GoPro and some other unspecified drone camera. There are around 5 VFX shots as well. I'll be delivering to Rec.709 BT.1886 and DCI-P3, grading in DaVinci Resolve 12.5.x The colour pipeline at the moment stands at: ACEScc v1.02 IDT: Alexa Log-C EI800 v3 (or the ITD for which-ever camera is used) LMT [CDL: offset and saturation only] RRT + ODT: Rec.709 100nits BT.1886 Emulation LUT [Rec. 709 Kodak Vis3 50D 5203 NEG_FC (input Rec.709 --> LUT --> Film Contrast)] I imagine I want the LMT to be a combination of the CDL and the Emulation LUT IDT: Alexa Log-C EI800 v3 (or the ITD for which-ever camera is used) LMT [CDL: offset and saturation only] + Emulation LUT RRT + ODT: Rec.709 100nits BT.1886 The LUT comes with a number of different transfer function - eg. Rec.709, generic LOG, Alexa LogC, REDLogFilm etc. I have access to Lattice, DaVinci Resolve, Pomfort LiveGrade to transform and concatenate LUTS and LMTs. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks!