I am editing ProRes RAW, S-Gamut.cine/SLog3 material and it is killing me to have to do the following for each and every clip in a sequence:
select an individual clip in the Timeline
navigate to "Source" tab in Effects panel (not selected by default)
Color Space > select S-Gamut.cine/SLog3 in drop down
And then the usual Lumetri corrections, clip by clip.
I will be editing a lot of this material, and it is always defaulting to BT.709. Perhaps there is a faster way already that I cannot find? If not, the ability to a) set a default color space for imported clips, b) apply the correct color space setting to the source upon import, c) apply the color space to selected clips in the Project panel or d) in the timeline (ideally all of these options) would be a very useful future feature. It is so hard to edit without doing at least an initial, (ideally batch) grading on all of the material. I have stringouts with hundreds of clips in them, and am spending hours just trying to get to the point of being able to look at the clips and see what I have. I'm grateful that there is ProRes RAW support so I can continue to use Premiere CC for editing vs move to FCPX, but I'm sure it doesn't need to be this painful!
Great idea! Makes sense and seems like that would save a ton of time. Would you mind copying/pasting the same thing over in Uservoice: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro - These requests go to the product team. They don't look at the community forums as much as Uservoice. Then, to get more eyeballs to see this and possibly 'upvote' this request, could you post the Uservoice link back onto this page so that others can trace the request over?
We're sorry about the poor experience. We can get this checked. Which camera/recorder was used to capture this media? Also, please share a download link for the sample media with which you are experiencing this issue. It will help us to diagnose the issue properly.