How to Use LUTs for Mobile Video Editing: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to Use LUTs for Mobile Video Editing: A Step-by-Step Guide

Edit like a pro on your phone using LUTs

If you're a video creator, you know how much of a difference LUTs can make when it comes to giving your videos a cinematic look. In the past, however, LUTs were only available to professionals who had access to expensive video editing software like Adobe Premiere Pro, Davinci, or Final Cut Pro. That's no longer the case - you can now use LUTs to edit your videos directly on your phone, thanks to VN Video Editor.


VN app

VN Video Editor is a mobile app that's available for both iPhone and Android. The free version of the app has everything you need to edit your videos on your phone using LUTs. The paid version gives you access to premium LUTs, as well as more titles and graphics.

One of the best things about VN Video Editor is its ability to import custom LUTs in .cube format.

The app also comes with:

  • a LUT intensity slider
  • layer-based editing
  • keyframes, masking, opacity, chroma, and blending modes
  • speed and speed curves
  • basic color grading adjustments
  • custom and auto export settings
You can even import audio, music, and record voiceovers directly in the app.

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    Get custom LUT's to edit your mobile videos now 

    If you don't have any LUTs to edit with yet, you can check out our Mobile Video LUTs. We offer a variety of different packs of LUTs that are specifically designed for mobile videos and can suit a variety of looks.


    Shop our best selling Mobile Video LUTs here


    Using LUTs to edit videos on your phone is now easier than ever, thanks to VN Video Editor. With its user-friendly interface and extensive features, you can edit your videos like a pro and make them look cinematic. Don't forget to check out our Mobile Video LUTs for even more options!

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