Panasonic S1H 5.9k files look underexposed in the newest beta version

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Apr 10, 2020

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With the newest beta of Premiere Panasonic S1H 5.9k files started to look way underexposed. 4K ALL-I files look normal. I think this started to happen few beta versions ago. Anyone else having this issue?

5.9k:

Kimblah_1-1586524675404.png

 

4K ALL-I:

Kimblah_0-1586524578995.png

 

No effects applied and both these files have exactly same exposure settings (shot in VLOG) and shoud look identical. And few versions ago they looked the same.


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    Application: Premiere Pro (Beta) v14.2.0.15
    OS: Windows v10.0.18363, RAM: 63.88 GB, CPUs (logical): 32

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Adobe Employee , Apr 22, 2020
Chetan Nanda Adobe Employee , Apr 22, 2020
As Manish said earlier,  We have identified a similar issue and the fix for that is included in Premiere Pro (Beta) v14.2.0.29.It will be helpful if you can check on the latest beta and confirm if that fix solve the issue discussed in this thread too. Thanks,Chetan

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 10, 2020

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You don't show the timeline so we can't see the clips to see if there's the red line under the FX icon in the clip indicating that a MasterClip effect has been applied ... have you checked the MasterClip tab to see if Premiere is setting something on those dark clips?

 

Neil

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Apr 11, 2020

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No MasterClip effects applied. 5.9k file has just been set to frame size in an UHD timeline. But it doesn't matter if it is UHD or 5.9k timeline. Edit: Just tried it on my other computer and same is happening there also. So seems to be a bug.

5.9k:

Kimblah_1-1586592087747.png

 

4K ALL-I:

Kimblah_2-1586592133269.png

 

 

 

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Apr 11, 2020

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Are those recorded in-cam or on an Atomos recorder?

 

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Both recorded in-cam. 5.9k files work fine on non-beta Premiere and worked also fine couple of beta versions ago. 

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 14, 2020

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Can you post (or send to me directly) a link to download the Panasonic S1H 5.9k footage which is looking under-exposed?

 

Manish

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Apr 15, 2020

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How can I send you a file directly?

 

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You can send me a Private Message with a link to download, for example from Dropbox or Google Drive. 

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Apr 17, 2020

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I can also reproduce this with GH5 4:3 6k footage. I can provide some samples if needed

 

 

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Apr 17, 2020

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We have identified the problem and a fix is in progress. If you are able to send additional footage for our testing, please send me a Private Message with a download link. Thanks!!

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As Manish said earlier,  We have identified a similar issue and the fix for that is included in Premiere Pro (Beta) v14.2.0.29.

It will be helpful if you can check on the latest beta and confirm if that fix solve the issue discussed in this thread too.

 

Thanks,

Chetan

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Apr 23, 2020

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This seems to be fixed now in v14.2.0.29. 

 

-Kimmo

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