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El proyecto se exporta con los blancos quemados

Community Beginner ,
Jun 01, 2023 Jun 01, 2023

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El video en Premiere se ve bien hasta que se exporta, que la exportación final del video aparecen los blancos quemados ¿Alguien conoce la solución o cuál es el problema? Gracias

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LEGEND , Jun 01, 2023 Jun 01, 2023

If the clip is HLG, a Rec.2100 sequence setting would be fine. But all exports should be started with a preset that matches sequence color management.

 

So start with an export preset with HLG in the preset name. That should get you a correct HLG export.

 

Though Sami has a good point that Rec.709 is much easier to work in and export. All HDR is still very much Wild Wild West even for pro colorists.

 

Neil

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Advocate , Jun 01, 2023 Jun 01, 2023

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Is there a reason why you're using Rec. 2100? If not, try changing it to Rec. 709 and see if it helps.

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Advocate ,
Jun 01, 2023 Jun 01, 2023

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Please share a screenshot of your timeline, sequence settings, and export settings.

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Advocate ,
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Is there a reason why you're using Rec. 2100? If not, try changing it to Rec. 709 and see if it helps.

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LEGEND ,
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If the clip is HLG, a Rec.2100 sequence setting would be fine. But all exports should be started with a preset that matches sequence color management.

 

So start with an export preset with HLG in the preset name. That should get you a correct HLG export.

 

Though Sami has a good point that Rec.709 is much easier to work in and export. All HDR is still very much Wild Wild West even for pro colorists.

 

Neil

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 01, 2023 Jun 01, 2023

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Muchas gracias! Solucionado!!

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New Here ,
Nov 18, 2023 Nov 18, 2023

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A mí me pasa igual. He hecho el cambio a Rec. 709, pero me sale una alerta de cambios de colores. Cuando lo exporto me sigue saliendo quemado. No hay manera...

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LEGEND ,
Nov 18, 2023 Nov 18, 2023

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If your exports blow out, then you're missing a step somewhere.

 

Project ... auto detect log on.

 

Display ... DCM on, for Macs, also extended dynamic range.

Set viewing gamma per your needs: most non-Mac users to broadcast/2.4, some may prefer 2.2. Mac users ... that's more complicated.

 

Sequence ... set to Rec.709 for Rec.709 workflows.

Auto tone map to on.

 

Clip ... use the Override to Rec.709 option if you're having problems with a clip like this.

 

And for exports, always use an export preset that matches your Sequence CM. So ... for 

Rec.709/SDR, use only the presets that do not have HLG or PQ in the preset name.

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