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ProResRAW Lumetri in AE

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Apr 16, 2020

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Hey there Adobe peeps,

Alrighty my run into with ProRes RAW in AE.

So in my tests, I have been mainly using ProRes RAW in Premiere. But now I am testing out a green screen shot I did with myself (gotta love Covid and no actors available, lol). And I found that when you bring in footage into AE, the RAW data doesn't stay intact. Also if I send the footage to AE via [Replace with AE Composition] it reverts to the issue. But it does keep the Lumetri information from Premiere.

 

In Premiere, I am able to go into the lumetri color space and utilize the scopes to see that the highlights are still able to be brought back.

 

But again, when I bring it into AE, it seems as if it was burnt into the footage. 

Just something to look into.

I figured I would put this under BUG and PERFORMANCE for you guys review.

 

It plays fine in After Effects. Just has this color issue.

 

To help you guys understand what I am using, here are my specs:

Camera Info : Sony FS5mkii | 12-BIT ProRes RAW recording to Atomos Shogun Inferno | 23.98 fps Frame size: 4112 x 2176 | Square Pixels (1.0) 

Premiere BETA [14.2.0] | After Effects BETA [17.1.0]

My Computer Rig: Intel Core i7-8700K | 32GB RAM | Samsung M.2 Main Drive | Samsung 1TB SSD

Windows 10 OS Home

Are you setting the Project Color Depth to 32 Bits Per Channel (Float) in AE?

If not, go to Project Settings:Color and set it to that and see if your footage then works correctly.

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ProResRAW Lumetri in AE

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Hey there Adobe peeps,

Alrighty my run into with ProRes RAW in AE.

So in my tests, I have been mainly using ProRes RAW in Premiere. But now I am testing out a green screen shot I did with myself (gotta love Covid and no actors available, lol). And I found that when you bring in footage into AE, the RAW data doesn't stay intact. Also if I send the footage to AE via [Replace with AE Composition] it reverts to the issue. But it does keep the Lumetri information from Premiere.

 

In Premiere, I am able to go into the lumetri color space and utilize the scopes to see that the highlights are still able to be brought back.

 

But again, when I bring it into AE, it seems as if it was burnt into the footage. 

Just something to look into.

I figured I would put this under BUG and PERFORMANCE for you guys review.

 

It plays fine in After Effects. Just has this color issue.

 

To help you guys understand what I am using, here are my specs:

Camera Info : Sony FS5mkii | 12-BIT ProRes RAW recording to Atomos Shogun Inferno | 23.98 fps Frame size: 4112 x 2176 | Square Pixels (1.0) 

Premiere BETA [14.2.0] | After Effects BETA [17.1.0]

My Computer Rig: Intel Core i7-8700K | 32GB RAM | Samsung M.2 Main Drive | Samsung 1TB SSD

Windows 10 OS Home

Are you setting the Project Color Depth to 32 Bits Per Channel (Float) in AE?

If not, go to Project Settings:Color and set it to that and see if your footage then works correctly.

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Are you setting the Project Color Depth to 32 Bits Per Channel (Float) in AE?

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Thank you for your thoughts. Sorry for the late reply.

 

But yea, it helps a bit, but still a small issue. I mean it's not too big of an issue ... just means a work around would be to colour correct in PR, and export the colour corrected snippet into AE for any effects tests.

 

Thank you again.

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