You don't have to but could consider removing the LUT on the footage.
Right click sequence>Refresh Sequence>Remove Color Adapters
If your timeline has a "C"on it like this then you need to remove the color adapter
Click on Windows on the top navigation bar > Workspaces > Color Correction
|Or press the COLOR icon on the side bar to enter "COLOR" mode|
Select the HSL
Tab (Hue, Saturation, Luminance)
Make sure that “Hue
Offsets” is selected.
These buttons are
the “Auto Color Correction Tools”
Auto Balance – Removes Color Casts
Auto Black – Adjusts the black to the richest levels of black – removes milky look
Auto Contrast – Adjusts for the best possible contrast between black and white
To apply place cursor on the clip to apply color correction and click:
Apply and change in this order:
Click the – Dual Split Icon will show the before and after color correction
Before is on the left and after on the right
|You can drag this template to your bin and apply to other similar clips|
To move to the previous or next uncorrected shot, press these buttons
Make sure the video quality menu is set to full green and then render all effects before export.