Display LUTs are only temporarily applied for purposes of monitoring;
they're never applied to rendered media, or to the signal that is output to tape using the
controls in the Deliver page. Display LUTs are particularly valuable for applying a film
print emulation LUT in a Log workflow, or for applying a monitor calibration LUT if you're
outputting to a single display and you don't have dedicated outboard calibration hardware.
This is interesting: if what we are seeing in our trusted calibrated display is not what is going to be rendered or to be sent at the signal that is output, what is the workaround to at the end of color grading the program we will end having what we see is what we get?