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Footage overexposed in sequence and export

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Oct 21, 2022 Oct 21, 2022

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I've got MPEG-4 (QuickTime) HEVC IPhone Footage showing up in the source monitor perfectly fine. But in the sequence and export, it is extremely overexposed. What's going on there? What can I do?

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Community Expert , Oct 21, 2022 Oct 21, 2022

The written response is you have either clips that are either HLG ... a form of HDR using the Rec2100 color space, or log-encoded clips that Premiere is "seeing" as HLG clips.

 

But using them on a timeline in the SDR/Rec.709/sRGB color space, and using a Rec.709/sRGB color space export preset.

 

Do you want to work in SDR/Rec.709, which is still the easiest and most common video format? Or in HDR, which is new/cool but has some rough spots yet?

 

SDR/Rec.709 Workflow with HLG or log-encoded med

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The written response is you have either clips that are either HLG ... a form of HDR using the Rec2100 color space, or log-encoded clips that Premiere is "seeing" as HLG clips.

 

But using them on a timeline in the SDR/Rec.709/sRGB color space, and using a Rec.709/sRGB color space export preset.

 

Do you want to work in SDR/Rec.709, which is still the easiest and most common video format? Or in HDR, which is new/cool but has some rough spots yet?

 

SDR/Rec.709 Workflow with HLG or log-encoded media:

  • go to the Project panel
  • select one or more HLG/log-encoded clips
  • right-click/Interpret/Modify Footage
  • at the bottom, set the Override-to option to Rec.709
  • do all your work on a sequence with Sequence settings showing a color space set to Rec.709
  • export with the standard export presets, do NOT use any with 'HLG' or 'PQ' in the sequence name.

 

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Thank you so much!

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