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I colori delle immagini cambiano durante l'esportazione

New Here ,
May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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Ciao a tutti, ho notato che in diversi casi le immagini ed i video su premiere pro cambiano colore sia nella timeline sia nell'esportazione.

1) Problema con i video girati con iphone con impostazione HDR. Girando dei video con iphone 14,  nel momento in cui li importo su premiere pro i colori sono sbiaditi, slavati, ed una volta esportati o rimangono molto desaturati o con le luci molto alte, perdendo completamente i colori originali e tutte le modifiche cromatiche dategli tramite color correction sul programma. 

2) Problema esportazione premiere pro con le foto in formato NEF modificate su Camera Row 15.2 ed esportate come JPG con profilo colore sRGB IEC1996-2.1. Mi sono ritrovata a montare un video composto da queste fotografie scattate con una Nikon e poi modificate come scritto precedentemente. Nella timeline le foto erano come esportate da Camera Row, ma una volta eseguita l'esportazione ancora una volta i colori sono sbiaditi e slavati, poco saturi. 

 

In entrambi i casi le impostazioni di esportazione sono: FORMATO H264 e ADAPTIVE HIGH BITRATE per mantenere le medesime impostazioni della sorgente. 

Un'altro dettaglio da aggiungere è che ho sempre lavorato su un computer ASUS non avendo mai nessun tipo di problematica, passando da poco ad Apple con un MacBook Pro sto riscontrando tutto ciò. 

 

Necessito aiuto e chiarimenti perché non capisco dove possano esserci problemi.  

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May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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Hit F1 and type in Color Management.

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New Here ,
May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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ciao, dove devo fare questa operazione? ed una volta aperto il Color Management cosa devo controllare?

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May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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F1 as in HELP dropdown menu.

Read the Help.

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New Here ,
Apr 08, 2024 Apr 08, 2024

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sei riuscito a risolvere? io trovo lo stesso problema e non so come risolvere!!!mi aiuteresti perfavore?

 

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Apr 08, 2024 Apr 08, 2024

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You need to probably read up on their new color management things as Ann links to above.

 

All the color management options are in the Color Workspace, Lumetri panel, the tab named Settings.

 

Basically, most users should have auto detect log and auto tonemapping on, as well as display color management.

 

Set the Sequence color space to that which you wish to export to, and ONLY use export presets that match the color space of your sequence.

 

IF on a Mac, it's more complicated because of Apple using incorrect display transforms on Macs without reference modes (essentially gamma 1.96 rather than the specified Rec.709 gamma 2.4). But on Macs with reference modes, the HDTV setting applies correct Rec.709 video display transforms on that Mac.

 

So Premiere's "viewer gamma" setting is a pick your poison option. If you only care about Macs without reference modes, then 1.96/Quicktime is fine. If you want proper display on all "correct" systems, then gamma 2.4/broadcast is the better setting.

 

And if you want to try to mush it inbetween, then you might try the gamma 2.2/Web setting.

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May 10, 2023 May 10, 2023

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Have a look here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odwptnEhxJs

and

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-JFl4aRpao

and

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/faq-how-to-fix-saturated-over-exposed-hlg-hd...

andhttps://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/making-your-iphone-12-and-13-footage-look-normal-avoiding-blown-out-footage/td-p/12691793

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