When I import videos from my iPhone 12 Pro to PremierPro, they look washed out, or overexposed. As I understand things, this is becuase Dolby HDR is not supported.
Is there a work around I can use to get the color back in my videos?
Also, any idears when Aobe will eventually provide support for Dolby HDR?
I have the 12 pro max. HDR Video looks fine. Not washed out at all in 14.7.
Thanks, just saw your suggestion. Unfortunatley, I had already tried this and it doesn't appear to be working for me.
I'm not a professional video editor. I'm just a guy out hiking who wants to share the experience via Vimeo. So, I was really hoping to export to the H.264 Vimeo settings, but retain the beautiful color I see on the iPhone.
The MXF format one gets following the export options in the article does not appear to be supported on my PC.
On your iPhone under Settings->Camera->Record Video are you able to verify HDR Video option is selected, or On?
I also have 14.7 and all vidoes recorded NOT just ON 4K, but ALSO w/ HDR selected all appear washed out, not only in Premeir, but also Windows Media Player, etc.
I just figured out one kind of workaround, although rathery hokey.
I load the video on my iPhone into iMovie. From there, I make no edits but when I'm saving the new movie I can unselect the HDR option. Then, transfer the new video from iPhone to my PC and load into Premier.
Voila, beautiful color is back!
But, I have over 30 videos I would have to do this to. There's got to be a better way ..... 😞
Can you resolved the problem? I have a iPhone 12 Pro Max, with the same problems