Adobe Lumetri CC
A Concept & Prototype for a professional Color Grading Application we wish to be added to the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, to complete the Audio & Video Package.
okie wardoyo commented
This underreview since 2016. and almost 6 years never happend.
Artem Pichak commented
At least give the opportunity to turn on timeline previews like in Davichi.
David Tarrodi - Yellow Tone commented
Very bad that "versions" of master clip effects isn't available so that the same camera in a multicam edit can have different grading settings.
Gordon More commented
I want and need doing contrast to different regions... after how many years and Lumetri Color is still decades behind speedgrade
Gus Evangelista commented
R. Neil Haugen commented
Oh, yes ... with the Match option added back in please ... among other things, it would be so marvelous to get back the Offset wheel from SpeedGrade!
Patrick Proier commented
Adobe slept the last 6 years, invests at the moment too much in funny mobile apps and forgets their pro users.
After Effects is now a tool that feels like it has passed the last 10 years completely: It is still supports only single cores, isn't optimized for GPUs, has no up to date 3D engine, no modern particle system, no modern color space manager ect.
So all VFX/Postpro artist(companies went already to Nuke and the Motion Designers who all will need 3D in the near future will follow in a few Versions.
The same will happen with Adobe Premiere.
DaVinci Resolve feels fresher, it uses the full performance of modern PC (CPU and GPU), it gets 20x more and better updates every year so it will be very soon the better editing tool and is by far the better color tool - and its free :D
Adobe is like Intel ... they slept the last 6 years because they felt too save... and forgot to rewrite the old cores of all their tools. Now they will receive the bill very soon :-) ... like Intel did from AMD in the last months.
Adobe needs more young innovative people who rethink their tools form ground up! Most tools feel like it would be still 2002.
Kenneth Montgomery commented
If Adobe is going to continue to compete with Resolve, which is free, they are going to have to do something like this and/or massively improve the Lumetri module. Interface and color processing.
Ray’s channel commented
The current Principle Product Manager of Premiere Pro is an expert of color grading products, actually they created a standalone color grading software named-Speed Grade CC (part of Creative Cloud 2015), but for some reason, they discontinued that software.
Christopher Reynolds commented
How is this progressing?
John Pooley commented
Please at least add the Match Shot feature back to Premiere: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/38470756-add-speedgrade-shot-matcher-to-lumetri-color
da vinci resolve 2.0 hahaha
The concept, the design of the app and the presentation, the layout and UX are unbelievably fluid while still retaining a sense of familiarity as it brings a refreshing life of uniqueness to the field; all while maintaining the adobe brand along the way. Very well done!
Michal Pop commented
Absolutely amazing concept! So, yes, yes, yes. :-) And please add support to hardware control panels like Artist Color, Tangent, Blackmagic etc. That would help us a lot. Thanks!
Omer Eris commented
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Wilson Philippe commented
Man would this be amazing
Apart from the interface of the program itself on the background, it is almost a complete copy of Davinchi ... I think it will be difficult to take and do the same thing, without litigation.
if the application is reviewed, it will be done in a completely different form.
Amazing!! Adobe Color Grading needs this!