Lumetri shifts colors
Attached is an example of 'over the top' saturation that vividly shows how orange shifts to yellow in Lumetri.
It seems everybody accepts blindly the way Lumetri behaves, but the fact is that it renders all colors wrong and shifts them all over the place as soon as you move a slider.
It's been this way since the introduction of Lumetri and nobody cares, I don't understand.
Please add an option to behave normally and not mess up the colors the way it does now.
I still use "Legacy Curves" and "Legacy Fast Color Corrector" as these do not shift the colors.
paul wedel commented
Yeah I do all my offline in Premiere, all my online in Resolve. Can't trust lumetri outputs at all...
CC 2020 and Lumetri is still unusable. NOTHING has changed.
I am on the verge of switching to Resolve. For countless other reasons too.
CC 2019, and still Lumetri saturation is completely useless. It gives all warm tones a strange yellow color as soon as the saturation is increased.
Also when the exposure is made brighter, warm tones go all yellow and totally unnatural.
I still use fast color corrector for increasing hue or changing color balance.
I also sometimes use the old RGB curves, because the curves behavior of Lumetri is also very unusual.
Lumetri SUCKS for landscapes.
Jarle Leirpoll commented
You're creating out-of-gamut levels, and Lumetri is trying to help you by reducing saturation in the hues that are too hot. This introduces a color shift. I agree that we need a "Let me break this" button.
Franklin Nin commented
If you try to increase the saturation by using the mouse above number instead of the little slider circle, the saturation can reach up to 300.
NOTE! IS STILL THE CASE IN CC 2018 (12.1.1 build 10)
I just couldn't bother re-making screenshots I had already made.