Como quitar el lut automatico que le pone premiere a los clips cuando se arrastran al timeline?

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Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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Hey, con la nueva versión de Premiere Pro 2022 me ha ocurrido un problema que antes no tenia.

Estoy importanto unos clips que tome con Sony FX6 con espacio de color S-Log3 7 S-Gamut3.cine, en la ventana del proyecto se ve en raw el material, pero cuando lo arrastro al timeline, automaticamente premiere le altera el color... He estado investigando y en las versiones pasadas de Premiere tenian la opcion de disable masterclip effects para quitrar esos atributos, pero en la versiòn actual no. ¿Alguien que me pueda ayudar?

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Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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They have a completely new color system in the 2022 builds. Underlying color processing, management and defaults.

 

That media is log encoded, and Premiere may show it as if it was intended for HLG/HDR use.

 

Select one or more clips in the Project panel, right-click, Modify/Interpret Footage, and see if the Input section of the color management controls has a Sony S-log3 option. It's at least in the beta, don't recall if it's in shipping yet.

 

Whether or not it is, set the Override option to Rec.709 and it will work normally on a Rec.709 timeline.

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