Limited or Full Range Video Levels check boxes
I have a problem with Adobe Premiere since the v13.1 update.
It interprets video levels incorrectly, not being consistent with interpreting video as Limited Range 16-235 or Full Range 0-255, depending on the codec.
This is making it impossible to do any reliable colour correction work with Lumetri and also is making it impossible to generate reliable DCPs as the video levels are way off.
It will either add too much crush or flatten the image depending on the source. Sometimes affecting different clips differently depending on which codecs with which flags are in the timeline
If there was a feature to manually adjust the way the video is interpreted (Full Range versus Limited Range) in the "interpret footage" for example, and also in the timeline, and on export, this would entirely solve the issue as I could manually control how it is being interpreted.
If I remember correctly, there used to be an "auto" or "data" checkbox when exporting video, which went away several versions ago. A return of this checkbox for export, in addition to the ability to override the existing metadata flags via Interpreting Footage, would solve all of my problems as far as I am aware.
The inability to do this is affecting my ability to make reliable DCPs and also is forcing me to return back to using DaVinci Resolve for any and all colour work.