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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    The link I posted in the description is wrong, for reference it can be found here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/is-there-any-way-to-keyframe-an-ae-mogrt-in-premiere/td-p/10177446

    Great to see so much support for this, it's now in the top 50 requests for Premiere Pro features! Disappointing that there's no response from Adobe after 4 years - it really isn't hard just to say "we've noticed but we don't have capacity to work on this yet" so we don't feel completely ignored... but hey.... we're only customers!

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Hello Dacia, thanks for updating us on this - keen to see the workaround!

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Sorry the link I posted is slightly incorrect. It should be: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2555991

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    I've been training up an intern and thought I'd start her on Premiere Rush rather then Pro, so I've been dabbling in it. I'll be honest. I think that if you're at the level to need LUT's, then you should be using Premiere Pro. Premiere Rush is just a fast throw it together app and it does ok there. But I don't think there's many basic free video editors at Rush level that support LUT's. If you must use Rush, you might be better off colour correcting footage in Resolve first and using that footage in Rush?

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Just remembered something... guess what? If it's just a gradient map you want, you don't even need the LUT generator. If you use the Photoshop Adjustment layers, you can create an LUT right in photoshop, no extra tools needed.

    Open your file, ensure that you have one layer defined as a background layer. Then go to Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Gradient Map. Choose the gradient map that you want and save. Now go to File > Export > Color Lookup Tables, and you'll get a popup window offering to save down an LUT (color lookup table). 128 points is a good starter option and save down as a CUBE or 3DL file.

    Now in AE, search for the Lumetri Color effect, apply it to a clip and twirl down to: Effects > Lumetri Color > Basic Correction > Input LUT, and browse and load the LUT file you just created.

    You should get your gradient map exactly as you want 😉😉

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    I would have thought that LUT's and / or Lumetri color would be the go-to options for any kind of color grading like this. Why don't you create an LUT from the photoshop design and then apply it in AE? Whenever I color correct a video, I always create an LUT in photoshop, IMO it's the fastest way to get accurate color correction. I use IWLTBAP LUT Generator, very easy.

    See my attached screenshot. Pulled a random image into PSD, applied a gradient map, applied the same effect to a HALD image, converted it to an LUT and then applied the LUT as a lumetri input file in AE. You always get a perfect match and takes no time at all.

    I would really recommend learning this method because this way you can combine any number of filters, effects etc in Photoshop (not just gradient map) and you can pull the exact color combination out to color grade in AE.

    LMK how you get on :)

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Other option is to use Nvidia control panel to stitch all monitors together into a single window, and then maximising PPro will make it full screen across all monitors. You can then change the panels about to fit the windows. Only works on same resolution monitors though.

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    +1 to Benoit, that's what I have to use, but very weird that a second panel won't have the usual minimize / maximise options at the top right of the window

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    Yes, need an option to maximise windows on a second screen, when you pull it out it's impossible to make it full screen

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    James Kolb. Why do you say that background rendering can't happen while editing? My knowledge of programming while not extensive leads me to believe it could work by locking the part being rendered so that it can't be edited, which should prevent most errors? Rarely does editing use the entire CPU / GPU / RAM so there's a buffer that can be used for background rendering.

    Render entire sequence in background:
    - rendering an entire sequence could work by locking that particular sequence and any nested sequences.
    - select a sequence, click to render in background, that sequence locks up and I can continue working on other sequences while that one renders for me to review shortly.

    Render selected area / workbar in background
    - Again, the select length of timeline could just be locked if this causes a problem and I can render a part of a sequence while working on another part.

    RAYG (Render as you go)
    - Like After Effects. In PPro, every time I stop on an unrendered frame, it will render it after a second or so. Why not save that rendered frame every time so that it doesn't have to be rendered again? That's what After Effects does, and it reduces render time by a good chunk.

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    How come it takes 3 years to "look into something"? Maybe it would be better to take some time out to "look into" creating a decision-making progress that would address how user feature requests are handled? At the very least, have the decency and respect for your customers to give us a regular (monthly?) update on major requests like this even if there's no change. Nothing says "I want your money and not you" more than an unresponsive business.

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Background render would be amazing. My problem is that:
    - Our video projects are stored on a network server. Although we have between 1-10GbE connection to server, it still slows down render times.
    - When rendering sequence, I can't do an ounce of work in PPro.

    When doing general editing work, I'm rarely using more then 75% processing capacity, generally around 30-60%, there's plenty of of processer room to render a sequence in background.

    - CPU / RAM / GPU usage to be capped to a user setting so that we can adjust how much power can be used when rendering in background. (Prevents it freezing up PC while editing)

    - Sequence could be locked while rendering in background. Projects I work on always have multiple sequences, if I could let one render in background while I worked on another that would be very useful.

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    sorry didn't realise this was about P rush

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    This is already a feature, you can render selection, or render work area etc, what more is required? If you want to export, you can use in/out points or work area to determine how much of a timeline is exported.

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    Yes - we currently use a paid proofing tool called Lookat, and I'm aware that a lot of other video editors I collaborate with use a similar paid tool - frame.io or goproof.net etc. Built in like Acrobat and InDy would be ideal!

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    5Diraptor commented  · 

    jeanette jones - sounds like a whole separate conversation, not sure why you are raising that in this thread? Try checking the CC libraries within apps if you bought it in creative cloud, or if you bought from a third party website, check your downloads folder. Either way, maybe do some more research, and if it's still a problem, raise a new support ticket / feature request so that your request gets the attention it deserves. Posting on a random thread rarely gets you anywhere.

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