List of known issues when using LUTs in Capture One

Introduction

This document details a list of known issues when using Lutify.me LUTs in Capture One. This document will be updated as we become aware of any additional issues.

Missing ICC Profile error removing a style in Capture One 9

Problem

After applying a style in Capture One 9 and than removing it under Styles and Presets by selecting the style and selecting the ‘Remove’ option, you may encounter the ‘Missing ICC Profile’ error:

This happens due to a bug present in Capture One 9 involving styles that include ICC Profiles in them. The issue doesn’t affect other versions of Capture One.

Severity – High. Unfortunately, once this bug is triggered, it may cause severe decrease in Styles functionality. We strongly suggest never to use that option but instead use the workarounds described in this document.

Solution

Instead of removing a style under Styles and Presets, use any of the following workarounds:

Option 1

Use the ‘Reset Adjustments’ button to reset image adjustments including any styles applied.

Option 2

Right click your image and choose ‘Reset Adjustments’.

Option 3

Uncheck ‘Stack Styles’ option, and simply apply a different style you would like to use. This will replace the previously applied style without triggering the bug in software.

Option 4

Use the ‘Undo’ option after applying a style.

Images are very saturated when applying a LUT to images shot with Nikon DSLR cameras

Problem

Images appear very saturated when Raw LUTs are applied to images shot with Nikon DSLR cameras.

Severity – Low

Solution

Reduce the saturation slider anywhere between -10 and -30 to get desired results.

Still need help?

Got any questions or need help with something? Feel free to write to us, our support team will be happy to assist you.

Our working times are from Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 19:00 GMT/UTC + 02:00.

The easiest and fastest way to preview and create LUTs is here. Create and export LUTs, import 3rd party LUTs and quickly select the best LUT for your grade. Start your 14-days free trial.