X-Rite ColorChecker Plug-in for Premiere Pro CC?
When will support for quick color matching using color charts like the X-Rite ColorChecker be added to Premiere Pro CC?
This is a great request that is certainly something we want to implement. Rest assured our engineers DO understand the importance of this feature and how to get the job done. We also know that the performance and stability of the app should be our #1 priority and that is where our focus is right now.
Salvatore Guadagno commented
Just to support this request. Thanks.
Sergiu Mihalache commented
I have actually started checking Resolve, seeing as this very basic and easy to fix issue has still not been fixed after years of user requests and almost half a year of being "UNDER REVIEW". I realize that this feature required maybe several tens of hours of manpower to implement, and I can see no reason for it not to be implemented yet, none at all, especially for a software that we pay for every month.
And yes, Resolve has other annoying issues, but at least it's free.
Mark Amadeo commented
Tic tic tic. How long has it been? Way to be responsive Adobe. Jumping to Davinci. Now all I need to do is cut the Photoshop strings and I'm free...
Any updates for us Francis? I'm using an Ursa Mini with a RED and sometimes Sony cameras... If this doesn't come soon I'm out.
Andreas Brauner commented
Yes That Would be Grade! I Hope it will implemented on the next update!
BRADFORD ROGERS commented
Amen! I am using Cinema Grade, but native lumetri support would be more helpful...!
Igor Lacerda do Amaral commented
Dheerayod Vom P. commented
can we have it now?
Michael Heinz commented
I‘m editing many projects with different camera system. It is always a struggle to match the colors. The ColorChecker is right here ready to be used but my Premiere is still not able to „read“ it. Why? :-/ I don‘t want to start using Resolve for color correcting.
James Lucas commented
Why isn't this a thing yet? It's been 2-3 years since the other major editors have gotten this basic feature.
We really need this. I'm starting to have a few clients that are just working in Resolve to deal with this issue.
Tony Babarino commented
Yes, PLEASE add the ability (or plug in) to color-match (drag over a cluster of color-coordinated dots) by using X-Rite ColorChecker like so many other software can do asap! Premier is excellent and we love it, but this little feature would be incredible to have by now. Thank you.
Terry Whyman commented
This is a must!!!! come on Adobe please include it in the next update. So many people are talking about switching software and I might have to join them if this isnt included soon!
Steve Remich commented
This has been a feature of Resolve for many years now. Why can't you implement it? I know myself and many, many other people are on the verge of jumping ship and abandoning Premiere for Resolve just like people abandoned Final Cut when they switched to FCPX. Soooo many benefits over Adobe products.
Charles Gordon-Harris commented
ESSENTIAL feature!! Please can you get this implemented ASAP - I end up doing my work in other programs just because they already have this feature!
Igor Lacerda do Amaral commented
FOR SHURE!!!!!! It will help a lot!
Jan Bednarz commented
Top of my priority list for XRITE passport support within Lumetri. Please look at this for us asap.
Marius Schulte commented
Need that feature as soon as possible!!
Matthew Laur commented
So, we just got a new release of Premiere ... and this feature is STILL MISSING. Come ON, Adobe! New features to help the occasional user with the occasional bad frame in their footage ... but totally missing a tool that untold thousands of working people would use routinely, on almost every project? How can this be of so little interest to you guys?
Olivia Briend Wooldridge commented
It shouldn't be very complicated/long to implement - right?
Mathias Larsson commented
Yes, add this feature soon, please. Supporting products likt the X-Rite ColorChecker to quickly color correct is an important and a long overdue feature.
Add sensei capability to automatically identify ColorChecker products in a clip and adjust it, support automating color correction multiple clips at once. Hope to see this next year.