RGB readout in Premiere
when dealing with color, and RGB readout is very helpful. it's a good way to see your have white balanced a shot or really what's going on in terms of RGB values.
the same way that Ps and Ae have the info panel, Pr is also dealing with stiils, video and sometime graphics - it makes sense to have an info panel that could readout the RGB for precise monitoring of the values under the cursor.
this could be part of lumetri, or not..
David Cabestany commented
Another vote for this
Steve Hullfish commented
I also want this feature. It's in ALL of the competitors' products, including ancient Avid where it has been a standard feature since 1997. How can an NLE like Premiere be literally 2 DECADES out of date? It's in Resolve. It's in ADOBE'S OWN PRODUCTS, like AE and PS... How do you not just port that over? Please get this done in the next point release.
Johan Malmsten commented
While it's limited to the horisontal axis this is kind of exactly what the RGB parade in the scopes offer.
If you're on Windows get the free app Instant Eyedropper, I use it all the time for this purpose. It's a workaround for now