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.R3D Redcode Raw IPP2 grading issues!!

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May 17, 2024 May 17, 2024

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Hi all,

 

Having smoe major issues with Premiere when it comes to colour correction! 

Im editing Redcode Raw files in IPP2 pipeline from a Gemini at 9:1

 

New to premiere, very much used to davinci but have lost the access to production's license.

My issue is whenever I try and apply any basic correction, or any colour correction at all, without an Input Lut, (even with a creative lut) it throws the image into some crazy unrecognisanble block of grey horizontal lines (picture attached). This only happens without an input lut. Ive tried adding the input lut to an adjustment layer ontop of other correction layers, but unless the conversion lut is on the same layer as corrections, the same happens.

 

This just doesn't seem right. I've been shooting on Red for years and have only started having this problem on premiere, and this issue is consistent across the entire project and every clip, so it must be something I'm doing wrong in the software. 

 

Any help would be great!

Thanks,

Harry

 

Pics show my source file settings, the minor correction attempted on exposure, and the top rec709 layer.

 

Premiere Issue.jpgSource settings.jpgRec709 Layer.jpg

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You can use the Red Source settings to normalize to Rec.709 or HLG, depending on which your timeline is set to.

 

I prefer that to using LUTs to normalize.

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