Gamma Shift in Premiere
I don’t normally get hung up on the gamma shift in Premiere, but I just did a video where the shift is particularly annoying and wrecked my look… the export doesn’t have the contrast or deep blacks, or skin tones that I crafted.
SO I see a thread on here where someone recommends simply looking at the video imported BACK into Premiere.. AMAZING… IT DOES LOOK THE SAME IN PREMIERE!!!
Okay, so what the heck? I made sure my Nvidia settings are displaying a full color range… looked at the export in every video player I have installed… it looks the same in all of them, but NOT in Premiere.
So what the heck is the answer?????
I’ve tried that LUT that does gamma correction, it makes things darker than they are originally.
The “Gamma compensation” or whatever it’s called, in the settings makes the view in Premiere darker… niether of these seems acceptable to me…
Has ANYONE figured out how to get the video to match the export, especially now that I can see that Premiere IS exporting a video that IT can replicate once you reimport it, every player just doesn’t look that same