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Need to override color space A LOT of footage to Rec.709

New Here ,
Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

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I edited an entire feature last year in adobe premiere pro 2022 (don't know the exact version) and recently updated the software to v23.0.0 and all the color from the footage (Sony S-log3/S-Gamut3.Cine) looks like a mess now (over saturated) and I know the solution is to override the color space of the clips to Rec.709 to look like it did in the older premiere version. But there is quite a lot of footage in different bins and such.

What is the easiest and/or fastest way to do this?

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Community Expert , Nov 17, 2022 Nov 17, 2022

Not sure if this is the easiest way but its a way.

If all footage/bins are in one main bin.

Double click on this main bin.

Hold down alt and click on a triangle of one of the bins.

This will open all bins/video clips in one go.

Go from there: modify clips.

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Not sure if this is the easiest way but its a way.

If all footage/bins are in one main bin.

Double click on this main bin.

Hold down alt and click on a triangle of one of the bins.

This will open all bins/video clips in one go.

Go from there: modify clips.

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It should exist a better efficient option especially for really large projects, but it was helpful nonetheless and ended up being a fast process since the bins were well organized in the first place.

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