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Applying a Colour LUT to Specific Objects

TL;DR: I need a way to make certain materials ignore a colour lookup table.

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In the project I'm working on, I've been using a colour lookup table to stylize the levels. The issue now is that I want certain objects to retain their normal colour and shading. My first instinct is to use Custom Depth, but I've only managed to get that working with a single colour or texture showing through.

Is there a way in post-processing materials to get the original colour of a scene and apply it after tonemapping? Or in reverse, apply a lookup table within the material itself instead of the post process volume?

Product Version: UE 4.20
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asked Jan 09 '19 at 10:36 PM in Rendering

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