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Problem with Lighting - Auto ISO

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Jul 25, 2020

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Hello,

I have filmed an interview with multi camera, on one camera I accidentally left on Auto. The footage is fine, but every once in a while the lighting becomes brighter or darker. (I assume this is a audo change in the ISO). Is there anyway to settle this or improve it in Prem Pro? I guess a plugin that takes the normal level of light and adjusts when it jolts up and down?

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Problem with Lighting - Auto ISO

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Hello,

I have filmed an interview with multi camera, on one camera I accidentally left on Auto. The footage is fine, but every once in a while the lighting becomes brighter or darker. (I assume this is a audo change in the ISO). Is there anyway to settle this or improve it in Prem Pro? I guess a plugin that takes the normal level of light and adjusts when it jolts up and down?

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If it changes over time you have no other option then to correct this manually as in keyframing with Lumetri.

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it depends how often it happens. you can use After Effects to auto stabilize or templates that try to equalize what you want.  it all comes down to which is more work. if it only happens a few times, it would be quicker to simply do a crossfade adjustment keyframed in the middle. If it happens like 10x a sec. after effects might save you some time.

https://f1.creativecow.net/12087/auto-white-and-flicker-ae-cc2017-template?uploaded=file

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