How do I remove Lumetri Color Video Effect?

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Mar 03, 2022 Mar 03, 2022

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I am making a simple video of a live performance with the mp3 that we recorded live.  The timeline automatically adds Lumetri Color effect to the clip.  I was happy with the video I shot since we had the lighting right.  How do I get rid of the Lumetri Color video effect?  I tried selecting the clip and going into editing and deleting Lumetri Color, but it doesn't change my preview.

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Mar 03, 2022 Mar 03, 2022

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It doesn't automatically add any color effects. If it did, you would see Lumetri listed as an effect in the Effects Control panel, and you could simply delete it.

 

But it doesn't ... so let's figure out what's actually happening.

 

What camera did you shoot the video with? An iPhone, perhaps? Or ... a Sony or Panny camera? I'm asking about those specifically, because there are things that can become an issue.

 

Such as ... iPhones seem to be defaulting to HDR/HLG mode now, and that's not really all that useful "here". So you would need to go to the clips in the Project panel bin, select one or more, right-click/Modify/Interpret Footage, and set the Override option to Rec.709.

 

But ... the details as to the media, what it is for color space (found by checking the properties option from the Project panel) and such would be very helpful.

 

Neil

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Mar 03, 2022 Mar 03, 2022

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Hi Neil, thank you for replying!

Yes, I shot it with an iPhone12 camera.  I did exactly what you mentioned and it is exactly what I needed to correct.  Thank you so much!!

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Hey, it's a complicated thing. They completely changed the underlying color system of Premiere in the Pr2022 version ... going from totally Rec.709 based to color-space agnostic.

 

And some of the default behaviors changed. Including the assumption that you wanted media to be transformed to Rec.709 unless you specifically told Pr otherwise. Now ... it doesn't. And yea, that's confusing a lot of users!

 

Neil

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