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LUT auto applied to Sony Venice .mxf files on import in Premiere

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May 15, 2020

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Having an issue with a feature film that was shot on the Sony Venice. Whenever I import the raw .mxf files into Premiere Pro (2020) it seems to be auto-applying a LUT to the footage. Solutions like the Amira Lumetri workaround, and "disable masterclip effects" aren't relevant and don't solve the problem.

 

Looking for help with this. Thanks!

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LUT auto applied to Sony Venice .mxf files on import in Premiere

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Having an issue with a feature film that was shot on the Sony Venice. Whenever I import the raw .mxf files into Premiere Pro (2020) it seems to be auto-applying a LUT to the footage. Solutions like the Amira Lumetri workaround, and "disable masterclip effects" aren't relevant and don't solve the problem.

 

Looking for help with this. Thanks!

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Mac or PC?

To get help, you need to supply more info - like workstation and OS, etc.

MtD

 

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MacOS 10.13.4

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J,

Thanks. Hardware info too, please. Include your CPU, GPU, RAM, media drive type and how it is connected.

 

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Kevin

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Hi. Having same issue exactly as described above.

Tried on up to date macbook pro, intel and ryzen machines. Same effect.

Currently having to convert to prores from RAWviewer 😕

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