VH Color – Lexi



  • VH Octane Log1 LUT for Octane Render Engine
  • VH Octane Log2 for Octane Render Engine

Designed to simulate REDRAW and Sony Colour, and contrast when shooting in log. This means if you shoot log and render log you can apply the same looks/LUTs to both captured footage and renders.

For best results order LUT first and encode frames to a good codec or image format such as EXR or 16bit tiff.

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  • VH Color correction LUT’s

Color correct your  footage from BMC Film or SLOG3 and make it look better than an Alexa as this new look fuses between RED, Arri and BMC. Picked the best colours that each camera has to offer and plonked them in a set of varying LUT’s.

Skin tones from the Alexa and Greens and yellows from RED.


Our Surface Imperfections vary in resolution depending on what we are capturing. Most maps will be between 4K and 3.5K, but none should be under 2K - allowing for maximum quality as captured within the real world.


We currently have two types of imperfection maps, Still (Imperfections) and Video (Motion Imperfections). Our Motion Imperfections are captured at 8K using a RED V-RAPTOR Camera.

Motion Imperfections:

We provide a 120fps processed MOV & Standard speed processed in PNG Sequences, HQ MP4 and MP4. If they are too slow feel free to speed them up using the 120fps footage.

Please Note: Most Motion Imperfections will not be seamless


Most VDB Volumes are Low to Medium Resolution, meaning they are designed for Mid to Wide shots.

This is to allow all users of GPU Renderers to add volumes into their scenes. Also it helps keep the file size down.

VDB Volumes labeled [L] are our legacy volumes (Early Volume Creations) (Wide Shots)

VDB Volumes labeled [SQ] are resolution designed for wide shots (Wide-Mid)

VDB Volumes labeled [MQ] are the optimal resolution for file size or asset type (Mid)

VDB Volumes labeled [HQ] are 2-3x the resolution of non-HQ files (Mid to Close)

VDB Volumes labeled [HQ2] require a single GPU with more than 11GB VRAM (Close up)