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Weird ghost overlay when adding LUT on Premiere pro

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Oct 19, 2020

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Hello, 

I'm using Premiere Pro on a Macbook. I'm in the end of editing a project, and when applying luts something extremely weird happens. Basically I have two videos: video A and video B. In my timeline, they are placed like this: AB, no transition, just a cut. When I apply a LUT to B, the shape of A appears like a grey overlay (only while playing the render and exporting).

 

Attached you can see the frame A, with big mountains, and you can see the frame B, with this weird grey shape, which is the exact same shape as the mountains in A.

 

Theses stains are also visible when exporting, which is a pain in the ass. I dont know what to do. 

 

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Weird ghost overlay when adding LUT on Premiere pro

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Hello, 

I'm using Premiere Pro on a Macbook. I'm in the end of editing a project, and when applying luts something extremely weird happens. Basically I have two videos: video A and video B. In my timeline, they are placed like this: AB, no transition, just a cut. When I apply a LUT to B, the shape of A appears like a grey overlay (only while playing the render and exporting).

 

Attached you can see the frame A, with big mountains, and you can see the frame B, with this weird grey shape, which is the exact same shape as the mountains in A.

 

Theses stains are also visible when exporting, which is a pain in the ass. I dont know what to do. 

 

Capture d’écran 2020-10-19 à 23.19.04.png

Capture d’écran 2020-10-19 à 23.17.59.png

 

 

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Oct 19, 2020

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Please tell us your system specs: OS version, Premiere version, amount of RAM, Hardware specs including graphics card and your source properties and sequence settings.  Also check to see if in particular, your systems graphics card meets the minimum specs

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html

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I'm on Mac OS 10.15.6, and Premiere version is 14.4.0

I have an i9, 32go of RAM, an AMD Radeon Pro 5500m 8go as GPU.

The source video is a 4k DLOG footage from a DJI Mavic 2 Pro.

Sequence settings: 

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I've rebooted my machine and same thing is happening

 

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After messing around, it appears that the overlay only appear when I apply the LUT in the creative tab, not in the Base corrections tab. Any ideas why?

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