Everytime i try to export with my adjustment layer with my lut and intensity turned down to my liking with my edits, it doesnt work. please help!
We're sorry to hear about this. What exactly happens when to try to export? Is it giving any errors, or is the preview/color looking inaccurate?
When I export and play it back on the mp4 on quicktime it doesnt show the edits i exported with
What is the media, and what color space is it? What is the color space of your sequence, and of the export?
What are you using the LUT for? Typical normalization, or ... ?
If for normalization of log media, you can also apply a LUT via the Creative tab's Look slot, then back off the intensity through the control for that on that tab. Which is actually the way I strongly suggest applying tech/normalization LUTs anyway.
Sorry, first ... I'm another user of course, not a staffer. And though I am oft willing to do that sort of thing, getting ready to head out for the long weekend, won't be back in the shop until Tuesday.
If you post your steps in some detail here, I can comment back on them during that time.
So in ecport view it looks good, everything looks fine. After I export i look at the exported file and it didnt export the adjustment layer. Im thinking about switching to divinci resolve or FCP, to get the tasks done.
Did you re-import the file into Premiere? If so, does it look the same as within Premiere prior to export?
As if you're using say QuickTime player on a Mac to check your Premiere exports, there will be differences. Mac setup their ColorSync utility for some reason to run with a Rec.709 video gamma of 1.96, rather than the standard 2.4.