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Hi, so I recently upgraded Premiere after a series of crashes, but the crashes aren't the problem:
Once rebooted, my timeline window displays the footage saturated when no saturation effect has been added, while the raw footage remains flat, adn when I export the footage it keeps the saturation... what has happened here? I'm thinking of some solutions like relinking all the footage, but I need to know what has happened here to avoid it again in the future, and any other solution suggestions if available... (oh, and it's not a hardware issue, or if it is it's a weird one as I've opened the file in several different computers and the issue remains)
Image attached (right is raw flat footage .MXF, left is timeline window):
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Hi ENON films,
Sorry to hear about this. In which color space was the media recorded? Also, if this project was created in the previous version of Premiere Pro, please try these steps & check if it helps.
Let us know if restores the correct preview.
Thanks Sumeet! That worked!
This worked for me too. The problem only seems to come up when I start a Premier project from an existing Rush project.
Hi, is there a way to fix the same thing over at after effects?
AfterEffects has more color management control options than Premiere Pro does.
So check in the Ae help for that, and of course, ask on the Ae forum.
For work to be brought back into PrPro, you need to work to match CM settings.
My problem is worse than the saturation overlay... all of my source material.. simple, shot in HD on my iPhone and used successfully to produce rough versions successfully exported (through Premiere) are now, after upgrading the version, appearing as either solid green or digital "hash" in both source and playback monitors - although thumbnails appear properly (but scrub to green (see image)). When using "Reveal in Finder" clips play perfectly in QT. Tried unlinking and was hoping system would ask me to relink... but it didn't. Tried your suggestion (above) and am still getting green hash screen. Tried creating New Project and re-importing... still giving me green. Thoughts?
This is a separate issue, best to file a new post here.
Do you mean create a new posting for this different issue (with same description) - so that it's no longer part of this thread?
Yes, it's cleaner and also gets a more focused response to post a new question on something, especially if it's a different problem like this.
Got it. Thank you. Trying one last trick... then I'll either re-post or not!