Color issues with the new M1 MacBook Pro

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Jan 11, 2021

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I can not for the life of me figure out why my rendered videos look so much different then what I am color grading in adobe. I have never had this issue and unless I missed it, I haven't seen many people talking about this which is making me think maybe it has something to do with running on the translated version via M1?

 

The exported version is a regular .265 export, same settings I have used for years... Is there something major I am just missing or oblivous to? I appreciate the advice in advance, thanks. 

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Color issues with the new M1 MacBook Pro

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I can not for the life of me figure out why my rendered videos look so much different then what I am color grading in adobe. I have never had this issue and unless I missed it, I haven't seen many people talking about this which is making me think maybe it has something to do with running on the translated version via M1?

 

The exported version is a regular .265 export, same settings I have used for years... Is there something major I am just missing or oblivous to? I appreciate the advice in advance, thanks. 

Screen Shot 2021-01-11 at 1.08.14 PM.png

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Try importing the export in PP and compare/view it there. Are you seeing the same issue

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I just saw this note when looking for PP hardware requirements.

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Premiere Pro 14.7 supports macOS 11.0 (Big Sur) on Intel CPUs. Native support for Apple M1 CPUs is not yet available but you can run Premiere Pro in Rosetta 2 emulation mode on Apple M1 devices. For more information, see Do Adobe apps work on Apple computers that use the M1 chip?

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The funny thing is that in runs GREAT as in fast and it crashes less then my windows desktop. 

 

That was a great suggestion, I imported the rendered clip like you mentioned and to my surprise it looked exactly the same as the project in adobe primere! The color difference was gone! So it's as if the colors I am seeing in adobe primere are not true.... hummm What's going on here. 

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Cool, glad you can see that. Actually it's PP that is displaying them correctly. Quicktime or some other players display them typically with modified gamma and other undesireable qualities. Same with YouTube. You can only make yours as good and close to color standards and then whoever views them, in hundreds of different ways and various hardware/software, etc will see it as they can also.

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Weird becuase I never experienced this before, videos always pretty much looked the same in adobe primere as youtube/playing from desktop. How do I fix/make up for this new found issue because it looks awesome in adobe and I look like a purple dead ghost in the render lol. 

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There is a beta version of Premiere Pro for the M1 Mac available. I would try that if i had a M1 Mac. It is available via the Creative Cloud app.

 

More info: DISCUSS: Premiere Pro on Apple Silicon M1

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thank you will for sure try this, the M1 Lightroom is fire

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