XF-AVC footage from Canon C300 Mark II & Mark III are displayed with weird colours in the Premiere Pro M1 beta. The specs of the footage are: 2048 x 1080 RGB444 (12 bit/225Mbps Intra).
The correct colour is the bottom left clip in the Source monitor.7 votes
This issue is fixed in our current Beta builds and will be available in the next monthly release. You can find more information about a workaround here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/faq-how-to-solve-preview-issue-red-blue-tint-with-canon-c300-mkii-mxf-files-in-premiere-pro-15-0/m-p/11928184
BUG REPORT* White blocky artifacts cover screen when using curves under lumetri panel (Premier and After Effects latest build. (14.3.0 & 17.1.1) This is when utilizing Mercury playback engine. Using 1080 ti and latest several Nividia studio and game ready drivers have caused this issue. Current studio driver I'm using is 451.48. Using an older game ready driver does not cause this issue. I have noticed most of lumetri will process the color fine, but the curves adjustment will not process correctly, resulting in the results you see below.50 votesResolved · AdminPatrick Palmer (Director of Product Management, Pro Video and Motion Design, Adobe DVA) responded
the update to the lastest nVidia drivers should have addressed all issues described in this thread.
If anyone still has any issues similar or related to using Lumetri Curves, please let us know.
We need P3 monitor color management support. This is a known problem, Everyone who's bought an iMac Pro or iMac with P3 display has run into this issue after export making premiere almost unbearable to grade or even just do basic color correction in. When will Adobe address this issue, with out telling everyone to buy a $6,000 monitor or add an adjustment layer?4 votes
We added display color management in version 13.0 (Oct 2018). Please find it in Preferences>General
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