I'm working with some DNxHR 444 12-bit clips I exported from Resolve.
In Resolve, they appear the way I want them.
In MPC, they appear the way I want them.
When I import them into Premiere, they become desaturated. Images below.
1: As it appears in Resolve
2: As it appears after exporting as a DNxHR, played in MPC
3: As it appears in Premiere
How do I fix this so the colours match in Premiere?
After closing Premiere, going to bed and starting it back up this morning, this problem is mostly gone. I tried restarting yesterday but it didn't work then.
However, the colours still aren't quite right. The brightness isn't all the way there yet. I compensated by adding an adjustment layer with Lumetri set to Whites: 30.
Right now, I can't tell the difference between the current version in Premiere and the Resolve export. I still think it's pretty poor that I have to do this to make the shots match but oh well.
So maybe the problem was just a fluke or maybe the solution is a fluke or maybe the contrast/gamma setting randomise each day. I'll give an update after some time to see how things go from here.
Any system info? We have nothing to go on, Tomathan. Often, this is a macOS issue and using P3 monitors. Is this your situation?
Gigabyte AERO 17 HDR
Windows 10 Pro
RTX 2080 Super MaxQ
Premiere Pro has some "anamolous" reactions to DNxHD/R 4444 12-bit. My recollection is it treats them like an RGB format, rather than YUV as Avid tends to see it. I don't remember what behavior that causes for the image viewing within Premiere.