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iPhone 13 pro ios 16 HDR Video Support in PremierPro?

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Mar 21, 2024 Mar 21, 2024

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Hello,
When I import video from iPhone 13 Pro to PremierPro, the video appears washed out. Maybe Dolby HDR is not supported.
Is there any other way I can use to get the colors back in my video?
Also, do you have any idea when Aobe will eventually provide support for Dolby HDR?
thank all !
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Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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@mike36244577r5gm Make sure you are using the latest version of Premiere Pro. iPhone HDR is supported and will show up as a media color space of Rec. 2100 HLG. You'll need an HDR display to view the full range of the video. Make sure to turn on Preferences > Color > Display Color Management and Extended Dynamic Range

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Mar 25, 2024 Mar 25, 2024

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Matt's helpful, but for the full meal deal, you need to coordinate all your color management settings.

 

Go to the Color Workspace, Lumetri panel, the Settings tab. The one called the Settings tab at the top!

 

Now ... auto detect log and auto tonemapping are interactive, and BOTH must be on.

 

Display color management and Extended dynamic range, both ON.

 

Set your 'viewer gamma' as you want, some Mac users are more comfortable with the 1.96/QuickTime, but you can't use that for professional deliverables just saying.

 

And ... set your Sequence CM to the color space you wish to export to. So if you want to end up with the HLG form of HDR, your sequence should be set to HLG, and your export preset MUST have HLG in the preset name.

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