OSIRIS Film Emulation LUTs

VisionColor Osiris – Collection of high-end cinematic film emulation LUTs for filmmakers & colorists. Available here for online purchase and instant download!

VisionColor Osiris Cinematic film emulation LUTs for filmmakers and colorists


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Compatible with Davinci Resolve, Adobe After Effects, Speedgrade, Premiere and Final Cut Pro X


Osiris cinematic film look for color grading and film emulation
VisionColor’s OSIRIS is a collection of nine high-end cinematic film emulations that will transform your generic videos into dazzling cinematic visuals with the click of a button. OSIRIS uses an open LUT standard and is compatible with all digital cinema cameras and color grading programs. These LUTs are an essential tool for all filmmakers, cinematographers and colorists who want to enhance their workflow and increase production value with the organic quality of expertly processed and color-timed film stocks.

Analog Revival

Photochemical processing for authentic cinematic image quality
The OSIRIS LUTs are based on analog film scans, meticulously processed and developed by industry professionals using photochemical and digital intermediate techniques. All films have been scanned using state of the art technology, processed with an ECP-2D color positive processor  and converted to 3D LUTs using a pixel-perfect IMS. Processing and development was supervised by James Dilworth from Light Works  in San Francisco. In this paragraph, we’re making random words bold just to see if you’re paying attention.

Trailer Credits …..

Quincy Ledbetter Osiris Review

- Quincy Ledbetter, Cinematographer for The Bang Bang Theory®

Red Epic footage (RedLogFilm) graded with Osiris KDXList of emulations

These complex look-up tables have been generated by an image matching system for pixel accurate conversion of common digital video color spaces to match the aesthetic qualities of analog reference scans -mathematical precision not achievable with regular color grading tools!

  • Delta (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • Vision 4 (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • Vision 6 (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • Prismo (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • KDX (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • Jugo (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • DK79 (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • M31 (Rec.709 & LOG)
  • Vision X (Rec.709 & LOG)


OSIRIS LUTs are available as  Rec.709 and LOG versions and compatible with all cameras and color grading software*. Full list of supported software, recommended camera profiles and color space conversions (included with every purchase) can be found below.

Cineon LOG film look emulation workflow

Frank Glencairn Osiris Review

- Frank Glencairn, Director/Cinematographer

Software Requirements

User-friendly installer (MAC/PC) for Resolve & Speedgrade included!

You’ll need one of the following color grading/editing applications to work with the OSIRIS LUTs:

  • DaVinci Resolve (Full & Lite)
  • NOW: Final Cut Pro X
  • Speedgrade
  • Photoshop CS6/CC
  • After Effects CS5*/CS6/CC
  • Premiere Pro CS5+ *
  • Premiere CC (New Lumetri Color Engine)
  • Motion 3,4 * Motion 5
  • Shake
  • Final Cut Pro 6 & 7 *
  • Pandora Revolution/Pixi
  • CineForm Studio Premium
  • Nuke
  • CineForm Firstlight
  • Film Master
  • Quantel Pablo
  • BaseLight
  • any other software that supports 3D LUTs

(* requires Magic Bullet LUT Buddy – NO LONGER A FREE PLUGIN)
Note: LUTs come in .cube format. Please contact us for format conversion. (We can convert to any 3D LUT format)


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The OSIRIS LUTs are a great starting point for your own grading, but try to develop a distinctive look for your film that supports the story and atmosphere – make it something unique and special. It may take a while, but it will be well worth it.

- Frank Glencairn, Director/Cinematographer

Color Grading Order of Operations - Film Emulation Primary Color Correction

Recommended Camera Profiles


Camera Profile Color Space Conversion Osiris LUT
Canon DSLRs VisionTech Default None Rec.709
Blackmagic Camera ProRes Film Default None LOG
Magic Lantern RAW ——— Default VisionLOG LOG
RED Scarlet/Epic RedLogFilm Red Color 3 None LOG
Canon C300/C100 C-LOG Default C-LOG to LOG LOG
Panasonic GH2/3 Natural Flat Default None Rec.709
Arri Alexa Arri Log-C Default None LOG
Nikon DSLRs Flaat 10 Default None Rec.709
GoPro Hero 3 ProTune Flat Default None Rec.709

Installation and Quick Start Guide

Video tutorial by Denver Riddle from Color Grading Central:


Grading Magic Lantern RAW footage

Graded in Resolve. No secondary corrections. The 5D Raw footage has been set to “BMD Film”, one primary CC node (contrast, saturation) and finally the Osiris LUT node.

Demonstration by Jean-Baptiste Lefournier.

PDF Documentation

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