Premiere Pro 2021 Color Management won't display Arri Amira LUT no matter what

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Nov 03, 2021 Nov 03, 2021

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I run the version 15.2.0. on Windows 10 Pro.

 

Enabling or disabling the Amira LUT embedded with the footage through the Interpret Footage > Color Management window doesn't have any effect at displaying the LUT in the source window or in the sequence. So no matter what, I can only display the Log-C version of the footage.

I need to show the client a preview of the footage with the Amira LUT applied, so they asked me to take some screenshots from the material. But as for now, I am forced to create a huge sequence with a Lumetri Color applied to all the footage just in order to capture some screens. Exporting a frame would not help.

 

Oddly enough, when I switch to the icon view in the Project tab, the footage is displayed with the LUT correctly applied to it. But the moment I select a shot, the LUT disappears.

 

Contrary to some other users, I'm desperately trying to enable the LUT rather than disabling it. But with the same unsuccessful result: getting very pissed, Adobe. Oh yes.

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Apr 12, 2022 Apr 12, 2022

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Hi, i think that your problem is a terrible bug that i found yesterday.
I work on pc based workstation with nvidia card and with cuda acceleration enabled premiere 2022 automatically disable the embedded LUT (amira in my case), to see the embedded LUT you have to go in Projects setting - General -  Render menu and select Mercury Playback Engine Software Only and the embedded LUT appears.  

 

 

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