Different colors after export

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Feb 20, 2022 Feb 20, 2022

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Please, has anyone experienced this issue with diffrent colors after export. 

 Original material video comes from iphone so it's *.mov. I learnt that it's not a good idea to change it to H.264 or anything because it changes not only colors but aspect ratio too. I'm making an instagram short video so I'm in 1080x1920.

 

I learnt that checking the 'Match sequence settings' in export settings makes source looking identically with output so I thought that was it and the video was going to look like in preview. But it wasn't.

Please see the pictures for comparison. The second screenshot shows the preview look and on the right side the VLC player output.

 

Do you have any idea what causes the difference in exported video? 

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

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Hi Jan,

 

Have you tried importing the exported video in Premiere Pro & checked if it's looking correct? Also, is your video shot in HLG/HDR mode?

 

Thanks,

Sumeet

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Hi Sumeet,

 

I tried to import the exported video back to the premiere and it's the same result. Project looks great on preview but in vlc its' different again.

I don't know what you mean with HLG/HDR mode. I shot just by using an iphone camera in default settings HEVC, 29,97fps.

 

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Feb 20, 2022 Feb 20, 2022

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Quicktime, YouTube and Premiere Pro will all display the video a tad bit different. You can use an adjustment layer or a LUT at export. The video link below might be helpful. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7EGNJop_HE

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Ann!!,

Even if things are setup 100% correct in Adobe Premiere Pro for color space (REC 709 or REC 2020 among other settings) the rendered image can sill look a tad bit different when viewed on YouTube, OBS, Quicktime etc. Using a LUT at export can compensate for that. Adobe used to have a LUT for Mac users at export but I would rather slap on an adjustment layer just before render time. 

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