Fix multiple lumetri effect applied in a clip using a surface control (Tangent, Loupedeck)
In a clip with 2 or more lumetri effects applied it seems we can only control the latest one even if we select the other one. This makes the Tangent or the Loupedeck surface control useless. The only work around for now is the use of adjustment layers for every clip and each lumetri effect.
Joost Van der Hoeven commented
Agreed that this is a niche feature, but it would help me and many editors who are using Premiere Pro professionally.
Olivier Vanaschen commented
I contacted Loupedeck's support and they told me it should be fixed in a future software/driver update. No timeframe was given. Fingers crossed.
DANNETTE MEHALIK commented
When I saw this post, I thought maybe people hadn't enabled the correct instance of Lumetri in the Lumetri panel... but holy moly, that's not it. You're RIGHT it doesn't work. Just unboxed my new $1000 TangentWave2 and this is a huge bummer.
R. Neil Haugen commented
This is a right royal pain and a massive time-wasting problem. Please get this fixed so selecting an instance in the Lumetri panel ALSO sets the control surface linkage to that Lumetri instance.