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Color correcting in Source - Lumetri Color does not support masking on Source - Premiere 2024

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Jun 18, 2024 Jun 18, 2024

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Hello,

 

I usually finetune multicam shot Podcasts. They are already live-(pre)edited with Atem Mini and I recevive a xml from DaVinci Resolve. They are shot in the same environment with the same settings, so I usually make my color correction on Source video rather than on the individual edited clip.

So, if I need to mask a 1-hour footage of, lets say, CAM 01 because I want one area in the image to be brighter during the whole pre-edited podcast, I can't do it directly on Source with Lumetri Color effect because it seems that Lumetri Color does not support masking in Source, only on each edited clip in the Timeline. Which would be ineffective to copy paste the Lumetri color correction mask to each clip in the pre-edited timeline.

Luckily, I found other workarounds for this, like moving in timeline the clips corresponding for CAM 02 and CAM 03 on Track 03, leting the clips of CAM 01 on Track 01, then adding between these two - on Track 02 - only the mask (png/psd), a long track woth the lenght of the Podcast. Or apply the Lumetri mask on the first clip of CAM 01 in Timeline, then go to Edit -> Select All Matching -> Paste the Lumetri effect with the mask on all selected clips of the same footage in the timeline.

I wonder, though, if there would be an option to implement this mask option also when color correcting directly on Source.

 

Thanks,

Cristina

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