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I was seeing the same thing. Exported video when played in QT was washed out compared to what my preview was in Premiere. When I looked at the same rendered file in VLC it matched. so evidently the problem was in QT. I opened pref and found a dialog box that said. " Enable Final Cut Studio color compatibility. When enabled video is not displayed using ...


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Currently there isn't a means to create an IDT for cinemaDNG footage in resolve. cinemaDNG is a container and contains camera RAW data so it's precisely the kind of footage one would want to convert to ACES. The problem is the IDT needs to be built with knowledge of the specific camera. Theoretically this camera characterization data is included in the ...


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It can be, basically you need a program with some sort of color corrector. In Premiere its called the three-way color corrector/fast color corrector, in vegas, its secondary color corrector I believe. In PP, using three-way color corrector/fast color corrector, all you have to do is select an area that should be white in the frame using 'white level' and ...


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On a Windows Based System you can use the Sony Vegas PRO and Sony Vegas Movie Studio, which has several plugins which you can apply in a per-track and/or per-event basis. The "per-track" option may allow you to place a bunch of video clips in the same track on your timeline so that the same color correction preset or customised parameters will be applied to ...


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I have used virtualdub with avysunth ColorYUV(autowhite=true) it seem to have done an "ok" job


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I'm not aware of any that work directly in Premiere, however I can use my Spyder Checkr24 to either adjust my videos in Adobe Lightroom or DaVinci Resolve. For Lightroom, I use the software that came with my Spyder Checkr to make a preset I can apply. In Resolve, there is actually built in native support for working with the swatches. There are also other ...



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