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Premier Pro exporting video with overexposure

New Here ,
Nov 02, 2022 Nov 02, 2022

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I am exporting a video using Adobe Premier Pro and everytime I export the final video has a high exposure added to it. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?? THIS IS SO ANNOYING! CAN YOU PLEASE HELP? IS THIS AN ISSUE WITH THE NEW UPDATE? 

 

Here is the screenshot when exported.

Screen Shot 2022-11-02 at 3.27.45 PM.png

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Nov 02, 2022 Nov 02, 2022

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IS THIS AN ISSUE WITH THE NEW UPDATE?

 

By @Laura26928646tyh0

 

This is the new color management in Premiere Pro.

 

Watch this. Everything about why, etc, etc: Premiere Pro V22 - Understanding Color Spaces, HDR, and what that might mean to you - YouTube

 

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This helped thank you so muchhhhhhhh! Without that video, no way for anyone who is not pro in premiere to know what to do with this issue.

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As will be explained in the link Averdahl provided, the OP is using HLG clips on a Rec.709 sequence. Past Pr 2021, this will not work without the user doing some color management steps.

 

To work in SDR/Rec.709

  • Select one or more clips in the Project panel
  • Right-click/Modify/Interpret Footage
  • Set the bottom Color Management "Overrid-to" option to Rec.709
  • Make sure the Sequence CM setting option is Rec.709
  • Use standard SDR/Rec.709 export presets.

 

And it will all work. Working in HDR is more complex, and I can go into that if you need.

 

Neil

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