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Please help with settings for iPhone 14 Pro 4K 60fps footage

New Here ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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Hi team, 

I am using an iPhone 14 Pro Max as one of my cameras and finding that when I put footage in the project bin and say make a sequence from clip- it comes out as a 'custom' sequence.  I have been applying LUTs to my footage and noticed that the exported footage is way overexposed compared to how it looks in premiere pro?

As a workaround  I have been changing the sequence type to ProRes RAW and rendering to high bitrate - match source- but now I notice that the original footage file is around 2gb for 10 mins, and when rendered out match source high bitrate it renders at 6gb- what am I doing wrong here?  I am trying to get the best outcome for youtube- thanks for any help;) have a great day

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LEGEND ,
Feb 01, 2024 Feb 01, 2024

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I think from your post it sounds like the problem is you are not correctly using the color management controls in Premiere, that changed dramatically with the 24.x series.

 

Have you gone to the Lumetri panel's Settings tab and coordinated the many color management settings as you need and/or want to work?

 

And ... what are you doing with that LUT? If it's "gamma compensation" ... there are better ways of working now.

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Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Ok my channel is the Aquaescapist on YouTube if you want to see a sample of the footage I take- I use the LUT to colour grade and (try) to make the blacks pop and reds stand out (cause it's all green!) I am now reinterpreting the footage as rec 2020 colour profile on import? - does that sound right? I don't know team- I am more of a drag it to the timeline and the sequence will automatically kind of guy!

thanks heaps!

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Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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Screen grabs of the full Lumetri Settings tab ... maybe 2-3 grabs, so you get all the tabs shown ... would help.

 

It's not a simple system anymore, it's built to  handle some more complex working needs than it was before. So having the whole shebang set for what you need is required.

 

Suggested starting settings are:

  • Display color management on (unless you have highly calibrated  and profiled your system ... and if you don't know how a profile is different than calibration, turn on the DCM.
  • Extended Dynamic range where available if on a Mac Retina.
  • Auto detect Log on.
  • Auto tonemapping on.
  • Sequence color space to Rec.709/SDR ... unless you really really need HDR.
  • Display gamma of broadcast (2.4) or web (2.2) unless you a) work on a Mac and 2) don't care about non-Mac viewers of your deliverables
  • Use only presets that match the color space of your sequence. SDR/Rec.709 sequence, don't use any HLG or HDR named export preset. If HDR sequence, match the export preset name to your sequence.

 

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