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Premiere Pro 2024 - Color and effect issue on export

Community Beginner ,
Apr 16, 2024 Apr 16, 2024

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Hello all

I recently updated my Premiere Pro to the latest version at the same time I got a new camera.
I've been trying to edit videos shot on Nikon Z8. When I color correct it I can see just how I want on the timeline, however when the export is done the colors come way off. It seems the export applies a Gama on top of the video.

 

Here are the 2 images

Screenshot 2024-04-16 at 10.56.47.pngScreenshot 2024-04-16 at 10.55.57.png

I also turned the "Effects" button off when exporting.

Screenshot 2024-04-16 at 11.02.32.png

 

Can anyone help me understand what is going on?

 

Thank you

 

Felipe

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LEGEND ,
Apr 16, 2024 Apr 16, 2024

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Color management 101 ... and that's a new thing in Premiere, so even if you were an experienced user, you could be struggling.

 

Bring up the Lumetri panel, which you can do either fromt the main menu or simply by going to the Color workspace.

 

Settings Tab ... the one named Settings at the top. This is where all CM controls now live.

 

Auto Detect Log and Auto Tonemapping are interactive, and for most workflows, should both be set on.

 

Disiplay Color Management should be on unless you've got a broadcast-grade calibration and profiled routine for setting the monitor display. Very few do, and if you don't know exactly what that is, you don't. Add on Extended Dynamic Range for Mac users.

 

Your sequence color space should be to what you will be exporting to, and for the vast majority of users, should still be Rec.709. And your export presets must be in the color space of the sequence.

 

So only use export presets with HLG or PQ in the preset name if you have the same HDR setting for the sequence color space.

 

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

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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perfect! I am not experienced but I'll look into your instructions! 

Thank you

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