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Can you send a screenshot of the project, so we can see how you put the lut in the lens.
As long as you put it in the "color correction" effect. It should work actually. But would be nice if you provide an image so we can give you a more detailed answer.
So the lut doesnt reflect on the preview monitor and also doesnt show when i use it in my snapchat but its visible on my effect panel.
So your LUT is the one called "SEFWI KIRA KIRA" right?
Maybe it does help to put the Effects panel all the way down, so that it is the first layer. But other than this i dont see a fitting solution here from my part :/
Hopefully someone else of the lens community has an answer for this.
Go to the scene config and change the camera to orthographic camera. let me know if that helped!!
Hey, it looks like you followed my tutorial, if you havent figured it out yet, you need to add a new camera to your project *make sure its at the bottom* and put the color correction and the retouch inside of there
Hey, it looks like you followed my tutorial on youtube, if you havent figured it out yet, you need to add a new camera to your project *make sure its at the bottom* and put the color correction and the retouch inside of there