This pack contains 13 pre-made LUT filter files for use in streaming applications OBS and Streamlabs, as well as a neutral version to customise and create your own.

They were created in Photoshop and are based on famous Fujifilm films.

I am a Fujifilm photographer, and I adore the colours that my camera produces. I wanted to give my live streaming sessions the same look I get in my photos. I couldn’t find a solution anywhere, so I made my own. You can now use these filters too, and give your live streaming or recordings a cinematic look with the well-regarded Fujifilm tones.

These filters are PNG files compatible with the LUT video filter feature in OBS. They are not intended to be used as colour LookUp Tables in any video editing software (though you can find workarounds to convert them).

Film simulations included in this pack:

  • Acros
  • Acros + Green filter
  • Acros + Red filter
  • Acros + Yellow filter
  • Astia
  • Bleach Bypass
  • Classic Chrome
  • Eterna
  • Pro Neg Hi
  • Pro Neg Standard
  • Provia
  • Reala 500D
  • Velvia

Also included is a neutral PNG to start creating your own filters.

The product is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In no event shall the authors or copyright holders be liable for any claim, damages or other liability, whether in an action of contract, tort or otherwise, arising from, out of or in connection with the product or the use or other dealings in the product.
Please note that no refund is given for the purchase of digital products. 

Of course, I can’t prevent you from sharing these presets outside of my store, but if you would want to do it, I suppose it’s because you liked them. So please show some support by asking your friends to buy them too and by leaving a good review. Thanks.

How to use LUTs in OBS and Streamlabs

In OBS Studio, right-click on the layer your wish to apply the filter to. Then select ‘Filters’.
(at the time of publishing, it’s the same procedure for StreamLabs)

Click the ‘+’ located under the ‘Effects Filters’ section. Select the ‘Apply LUT’ option. Then label it (I would recommend using the same film name for easy reference).

You’ll first need to browse for the LUT file you wish to use. Additionally, you can change the opacity if desired.

That’s it!
And you can now apply a colour correction LUT to any layer used in OBS.