Color Management Panel
There are a good number of new color management settings and changed color management defaults in the 2022 release. I would expect we will be getting more as we go along. This is becoming a nightmare to manage!
We need a single panel. One with perhaps two tabs:
1) The overall Default options for color management settings, and for default options for various media types.
2) The Override tab for clip or sequence overrides, covering the same items as in no. 1.
Essentially, One Panel To Rule Them All.
We need to rebalance the Lumetri panel and add new tools to fine-tune the color. Now it is difficult to paint the material perfectly with a narrow toolkit. Nowadays, customers require a more complex gradation of color than just highlighting a color and changing its value.
Lloyd Lemmermann commented
I encourage this solution as well. As a long-time pro photographer, accustomed to color management whether for printing or screen, I am still mystified and challenged by CM issues within PPro.
Jason Wynn commented
Agree. I've been using PP for more than 10 years as an amateur filmmaker. I've learned color grading and all aspects that make a better video...but considering we only publish to YT I'm not ready to be forced into full on color management that's built for the pros. Please work with the team to provide a simple solution for people like me, who don't want to get lost in the weeds of video editing.
Thanks for your consideration.
To be honest, there are not enough more flexible tools in the color panel. For example: restoration of overexposed frames, as well as a gradient tool for more accurate correction of certain areas in the clip.
okie wardoyo commented
i agree with you.
I support Neil's request.
Please make the color management settings panel more convenient in one location, and not across the entire Premiere program, as it is now. That's exactly what confuses people and many miss the opportunity to set the correct settings for the correct display of color.
And secondly, pay attention to the fact that now the function of displaying LOG material through a third-party LUT does not work correctly in the Interpret footage tab. The folders themselves are placed on computers with third-party LUT in the right place in agreement with Adobe support. As with me and many others, when using LUT in the specified panel, the correct interpretation of the material occurs on the timeline, and in the program monitor the colors will be displayed without LUT. Why no one sees it and does not correct it. This feature was introduced in the new v release.22 and still not fixed.