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    What I've learned after a bit of research is that Premiere is displaying color incorrectly on newer iMacs with wide gamut 5K displays. It's not an issue of color shifting during export. It's the fact that colors appear far more saturated than they truly are when viewing footage in the program and source monitors of Premiere. Premiere currently offers no color management options like After Effects and Photoshop, and this is the issue that Adobe needs to address. Very frustrating.

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