Since I updated Premiere Pro from 2020 to 2021 (Version 14 to 15), all my RED .r3d files import incorrectly. The Output Transform Settings now default to a Color Space of REDWideGamutRGB and the Gamma Curve of Log 3G10. Instead, they should be importing as I shot them with the Color Space of Rec.709 and Gamma Curve of BT.1886 within the Output Transform Settings.
This takes forever to fix. I have to go clip by clip within the project window bin, double click on each clip, go to its Effect Controls, scroll all the way down to the bottom where Output Transform Settings is, and then manually change the Color Space dropdown and the Gamma Curve dropdown. If I shoot hundreds of clips, this is a ridiculously time consuming task that was not an issue in previous versions.
I've read several places online of workarounds using one of the official RED Ipp2 luts (from RED's website) and applying it to an Adjustment Layer. It's not a perfect workaround and honestly, it shouldn't be needed. It certainly is not the fix that Adobe needs to come up with.
I did an Adobe help chat today and it was taking forever - the customer support person did not have an answer and they were testing things out on my computer. I had to eventually get back to work without him finding a solution.
Let me know if you had the same issue and found an actual fix. I know how to change each clip manually within the Effect Controls and I know of the LUT workaround, so I'm not really interested in those. I'm hoping that there is some setting that can fix it for import or that version 15.5 offers a permanent solution in which we just import the clips and they actually have the same Output Transform Settings that we shot within the camera.
What if you selected all clips in the project window > Modify > Interprete footage and changed the lut and color space? Would that work?
i though I read somewhere people tried an XML copy from their old projects to reset the metadata and imported back in.
or maybe you could dig into the premiere project <tags>.
but that would only work if premiere app isn't overriding anything in the first place.