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I'm having an issue where when I place my footage in the timeline, it appears to be much brighter than the raw footage as displayed in the source monitor. I'm not sure if there's a color space issue or display setting that has gotten changed. I've attached a screenshot to show what I'm describing. I do not have any effects applied to my clips.
What's the media? And go to the Color workspace, Lumetri panel ... and check the Source tab to see if any effects are being applied there.
Hey Neil, so I just checked the Lumetri panel and it doesn't look like there are any adjustments there. It almost seems like the project is intrepeting the color in a weird way.
Check the Effects Control Source tab also ...
There are no effects applied to any of the clips in my timeline, as shown here:
Check the Source tab there ... that's still on the timeline tab.
In the first screenshot an effect was added: Fx icon is purple.
Hi Ann, the FX icon was purple because I had opened the Lumetri panel to see if that was the issue. No parameters were changed, however, so this still didn't resolve my issue unfortunately.
did you check Sequence - Settings - Working Color Space?
what do you have?
I'm in Rec. 709, and changing it to Rec. 2100 seemed to resolve the issue with my footage that I personally shot, but it negatively impacted the stock footage I had been editing with. This leads me to believe that the issue is with the footage I'm working with. It's strange that it looks fine in my source monitor though.
Just a shot in the dark:
Try unchecking Composite in linear color in the sequence settings.