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Premiere to Photoshop JPG color profile change

Explorer ,
Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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Hi.

I'm working on a stop motion project with jpg files. I first created the timeline with jpg files on premiere (There's already a change in color of the original image when I import it). Then I opened some images on Photoshop for retouching and saved them as JPGs (srGb and emedded color profile checked). However, when I bring the retouched images onto my existing timeline, there's a mismatch in colors between the original and retouched images. 

 

Does anyone know of a seamless workflow where the colors don't change?

 

Thanks

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LEGEND ,
Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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On my system, there's not color changes, but tonal changes. And precision matters, as you would often use different thing to fix them.

 

My first question though ... what color space are those in? As although the Rec.709 used in video does use the sRGB color primaries, it also uses a slightly different transfer function to screen display ... 

 

So in Photoshop, did you use sRGB ... or Rec.709 ... for those images? Rec.709 pushes the low/mid shadows slightly darker. And Premiere is based on video broadcast standards. As is pro video.

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Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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I used sRGB in Photoshop. When I open both images on a desktop photo viewer, I don't see any difference. But there is a change to the original image (unprocessed) when I import it to Premiere. The images processed through Photoshop look fine though.  

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Dec 23, 2023 Dec 23, 2023

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As you can see in the attachments above, the premiere settings for the original image has greyed out the color space settings for the source image. Whereas in the attachment below (which is of the jpg, I can edit the settings which is y default Adobe RGB  1998. 

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To get the same image, you have to use the color space video works in, which is Rec.709. Again, same primaries and white point as sRGB, but a different tonal curve, pushing shadows down a bit.

 

So you need to specify Rec.709 in Photoshop for that image. There isn't any other option for video.

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