Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

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VanLazarus
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Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

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I see it's a known issue with 10 bit codecs. Is there a fix being worked on?

I'm trying to clean up 8mm film scans that are best output in ProRes files from the scanner. I don't want to have to render to another format if at all possible.

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Re: Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

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Yes, it is a known issue present in Premiere CC 2019. Please note that it is in Premiere itself and it affects a class of processes and effects including certain third-party plug-ins doing temporal processing like Neat Video does.

We have informed Adobe about the problem. I hope that the problem is being worked on by the developers of Premiere now. We do not yet have any specific information on the progress from them. I guess the fix may become available in one of the next updates of Premiere itself.

Thank you,
Vlad

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Re: Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

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Hi, is this problem is still présent in the last version of premiere?
I have downgraded my premiere version and I wait for upgrading to avoid this problem.

Thanks

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Re: Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

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We believe that problem was fixed in Premiere CC 2019 v13.1.3.

Vlad

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Re: Loss of contrast with ProRes 422 footage

Post by Poulpolog »

Thanks I tried with v13.1.5 and It works.
I have now a problem with multi GPU, i open an new thread.

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