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Blending Channels like in Photoshop ?

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Nov 11, 2020

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Hi y'all.

As you probably know, in photoshop blending options there is the opportunity to disable the single  R, G and B Channels. (as seen in screenshot).

 

Im wondering whether there is a similar or even the same feature in premiere pro, since I plan to colorize a music video scene entirely in red in postproduction by disabling green and blue color channels. Or is there any workaround / other feature I could use to achieve the same effect? (I'm pretty new to Premiere Pro)

 

Thank you so much for any help, appreciated. Screenshot 2020-11-11 at 10.58.43 PM.png

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Blending Channels like in Photoshop ?

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Nov 11, 2020

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Hi y'all.

As you probably know, in photoshop blending options there is the opportunity to disable the single  R, G and B Channels. (as seen in screenshot).

 

Im wondering whether there is a similar or even the same feature in premiere pro, since I plan to colorize a music video scene entirely in red in postproduction by disabling green and blue color channels. Or is there any workaround / other feature I could use to achieve the same effect? (I'm pretty new to Premiere Pro)

 

Thank you so much for any help, appreciated. Screenshot 2020-11-11 at 10.58.43 PM.png

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