Clips appear desaturated in Premiere

Community Beginner ,
Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021

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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

resolve2.pngmpc.jpgpremiere2.png

 

 

 

 

How do I fix this so the colours match in Premiere?

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Update

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.

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Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021

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Any system info? We have nothing to go on, Tomathan. Often, this is a macOS issue and using P3 monitors. Is this your situation?

 

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Kevin

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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.

 

Neil

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