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Problème colorimétrie export Première pro

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Nov 09, 2022 Nov 09, 2022

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Bonjour à tous, 

 

Je suis débutante sur Première Pro et j’ai un problème à l’export de la vidéo.

Comme vous pouvez le voir en dessous, la sortie de la vidéo est surexposée, les noirs sont poussés, la vibrance trop élevée et les blancs parfois cramés. J’ai été faire un tour sur YouTube et ai essayé la technique d’ajouter le LUT QT Gamma Compensation (bien que le problème décrit ne soit pas totalement similaire au mien) sans succès. Ce n'es pas non plus le problème lié à Rec907, ni Rec2100.

 

Pourriez vous m’aider, s’il vous plaît 🙏🏻

 

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This is a basic color management problem. You have a clip there that is either shot in Rec.2100/HLG or perhaps log-encoded. Premiere is seeing that as Rec.2100/HLG, which is a form of HDR ... and you are displaying it on a Rec.709 sequence, or exporting from a Rec.2100 sequence with an SDR/Rec.709 'standard' export preset.

 

Your clip color management settings need to match your sequence color management which needs to match your export color management.

 

Do that, it all works. Don't ... and you get this.

 

And by the way, SDR/Rec.709 is far easier to work in, and far better supported across viewers & screens still than HDR.

 

Neil

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