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    Ryan Powell commented  · 

    Premiere Guide presets and Effect Presets (Premiere and AE) would all be great additions to CC Syncing

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    16 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Essential Graphics  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    As it turns out, the RGB values do not change at all while using the color picker, but the YUV, HSL, and HSB values slightly shift depending on the pixel the eyedropper is landing on. I hope this is useful information for your engineers :)

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    FWIW here is the comparison. The full frame solid background is the target color, the large box in the middle of frame is color picked from the reference mogrt along the top..

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    Hey Dacia, Thanks for your response. Honestly I'm not seeing a huge difference between the two. For most applications the on screen palette would "pass" to an unknowing eye, but obviously the preferred option would be a true match to our video series specs. For now we can live with what we've gotten out of this and hope that our editors will be mindful to make sure the values are correct.

    Is there any chance in the future that the Color Swatches will become available in Premiere Libraries?

    Thanks again for writing back.

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    This really should be a feature enabled in Premiere, but for all of you complaining, heres a workflow to get around this: Make a group in your Essential Graphic with all the color swatches you need as reference... call the group something like "COLOR PALETTE REFERENCE", then leave a comment that says "DO NOT EDIT" and hopefully your editor has half a brain not to change the values of those swatches in that group. This would actually be an ideal scenario if you were able to disable the eyedropper from these color controls in your mogrt.

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