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.
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.
I think. it is better to calibrate the Monitor
and not to make it in the ADOBE software.
Joseph Floyd commented
Not all of us John. I gave up and jumped ship to Davinci Resolve Studio when a copy was provided with my Pocket 4k.
I'm staying on the thread in hopes that Adobe pulls it out...but for now I'm going with a product that makes my workflow easier.
John Lanford commented
well... we're waiting
Nathan Wells commented
The Adobe "team" is too busy making features that are worse that useless (see the "Auto Reframe" tool); why would they waste time on useful features requested by lots of editors that already pay them monthly when they can try to attract new suckers?
Elon Liberman commented
please add it. Both Finalcut and Resolve have it built in! Premiere shouldn't be lacking such basic capabilities.
It would be very nice to have a plug-in or option to use the Color Checker Pro with Premiere similar to how it works with Final Cut?? Please? I am not going back to Final Cut.
Ryan Green commented
Any news on this yet? This is ridiculous to not have this. It may be time to move our shop over to Resolve. It has this feature built in, and has had it that way for a number of versions now. I am beginning to see more useless "toy" features brought into Premiere like Reframe, instead of working at the underlying Pro tools that are needed for Premiere "Pro".
It's incomprehensible that I pay what I do every month for use of PPCC, but have to go spend money for a clunky third-party plugin to clumsily handle this most fundamental part of EVERY SINGLE PROJECT.
Really, Adobe, please at least try to explain why this basic feature is neglected. Does anyone who works there ever actually MAKE any video content that doesn't use stock footage? I will tolerate every single other bug, performance issue, and general oddity if Adobe will simply make this work, or tightly integrate something from a real third party developer that actually does what's needed. If I can no longer actually own a copy of PP, please make the service I'm paying for every month actually useful. Please.
I agree with this whole heartedly. We NEED this capability in the next PPCC
Yeah, your engineers are spending a lot of time creating bugs and introducing useless features. How about you introduce this one feature that would be a complete game-changer for your users. Are you waiting on a kick-back from X-Rite?
re: Francis Crossman's comment
This is an essential tool. Premiere has been deeply lacking in both stability and performance for a long time now & yet it's always the go-to excuse for not implementing what should be core functionality.
Put it on the list and move it to the top.
Pete Matheson commented
Please sort this!
Please integrate Color Checker!
It's hard to believe Adobe has not implemented that feature yet. We're also looking into changing to Resolve, considering they're getting stronger and stronger on the overall feature set and usablity.
Anthony Gargiulo commented
I just am a little astounded that Premiere doesn’t have this functionality in 2019... agree with the other poster, it’s worth diverting some resources to implement