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Eyedropper for levels

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Jul 28, 2021 Jul 28, 2021

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Is there a way to define "true white" in a video? I don't talk about white balance, I mean to make the brigtness of white to be exactly #ffffff (or at least close)

In photoshop I would just add a levels adjustemtn and use the eyedropper for white and click on a white area in my image.

Is there a same way in premiere? The levels effect in premiere is super complicated and not that intuitive like in photoshop.

 

If there isn't something like this, how can I make my background of my video true white without masking everything?

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You could try the effect "color replace". Just adjust the "match" setting to something higher perhaps if there is variant or gradient to your background. You may need a dirty mask if anything in your foreground resembles that color. Kind of like keying in a way.

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