Color correction issues

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Jun 30, 2022 Jun 30, 2022

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Can someone help me. I've noiticed when I use replace with after effects composition that it darkens my clip in premiere. I tried interpreting the footage to rec.709 and the sequence settings to rec.709 which does help the clip that I used in after effects look good again in premiere. But the clips on the premiere timeline that I didn't use in after effects look oversatured. Is there a way I can the clips on the premiere timeline to all look the same even with the clips I used with after effects composition ?

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Jun 30, 2022 Jun 30, 2022

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@R Neil Haugen  will jump in to help on this

but you can check here: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/color-management.html

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Most likely, there is a difference between how colors are interpreted in PPro and Ae. Indeed, Neil has dived into this issue before.

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Have you tried changing your AE project to 32 bpc? 

 

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You need to match the color management settings in both Ae & Pr ... so in Ae, that comp should be set to Projects Settings/Color tab of Rec.709 gamma 2.4 ... as below:

Ae Color Settings.PNG

Sometimes having "linearize" checked works, sometimes it doesn't. I more typically have it off.

 

Then if Premiere's seqeunce settings have a color space of Rec.709, you should get similar color/tonal values in both.

 

And sometimes, in Premiere, you need to go back to the sequence settings and uncheck "composite in linear color" ...

 

Neil

 

 

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