sRGB gamma 2.1 or 2.2 EXPORT option for the web!
We really need an sRGB gamma 2.1 or 2.2 EXPORT option for the web! The gamma shift in desktop and web playback is washed out. After Effects offers this but not Premiere or Media Encoder. Yet so many of us need it today.
User 11 Adobe CC commented
Come on Adobe !
Premiere is primarily used for web now.
Stop with your 709 only pipeline.
Tim Sekiguchi commented
Here here. The QT Gamma Compensation LUT is a joke fix, and should have been built in as a feature by now. I'm so tired of washed out video, PLEASE FIX THIS.
Bryan Oliveira commented
3 years later, and still no way around this. enabling display color management is a joke in premiere, let alone media encoder. considering premiere pro is either used for people not worrying about color in professional environments, or content creators - both groups would benefit from being able to toggle between the two color spaces. or at least a more accurate way to look up icc display profiles into rec 709? this is ridiculous
Antoine (Autokroma.com) commented
With AfterCodecs some color shift have disappeared https://autokroma.com/AfterCodecs/
But if you're talking about Youtube uploading for example there is still some, depends on the H264 params. Could you try H264 RGB to see if there's a color shift after uploading ?