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SOLVED:S-Log3 Color importing from Premiere Pro

Explorer ,
Mar 18, 2024 Mar 18, 2024

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Hi,

 

when i import my ProRes-RAW clips into premier pro, they are usually converted to REC709. 
i change it there to S-log3 all fine.

 

but when i go to render AE compostion and go over to AE. the Color is REC709 in AE and seems like doubled somehow. 

 

How i can receive the same color (s-log3) from premiere pro (via render in AE comp) in AE. is this possible? i played a little bit with color space but didnt find a solution.

 

BR Stipe

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LEGEND ,
Mar 18, 2024 Mar 18, 2024

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This is a bug AFAIK. I believe the best way to handle this would be to assign a "neutral" RGB profile and use an effect like the Color Profile Converter or the output overrides in the render settings to enforce a specific profile.

 

Mylenium

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Mar 19, 2024 Mar 19, 2024

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SOLVED:

 

i solved the problem:

 

once you go replace with AE comp in premiere

renderinAE.JPG

you have it in AE - after that you go to the project window in AE, right click on the clip --> interpret Footage

interpretfootage_main.JPG

 

there you go to "more option"

more_options.JPG

 there you go you can choose the profile you want, to me it was sony cine slog3

 

choose.JPG

 thats it, the color should be fine in premiere now as well.

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