Two scenes should look alike, but the color is off in one. How can I correct it?
July 23, 2006 | 0 comments
Use Color Match in Adobe® Premiere® Pro 1.5! The Color Match effect works best when you work between two images with slightly different exposures, such as those shot in identical locations, but on different days, or in slightly different lighting conditions.
To match an attribute from one scene to another:
- Display the clip you want to adjust in the Program view.
- Open the other clip in the Source view.
- Apply the Color Match effect to the clip you want to adjust.
- Activate the Effect Controls window, and expand the Color Match effect.
- Choose a method from the Method menu.
- Drag the eyedropper to the area on the clip that represents the color information or attribute that you want to match.
- Drag the same parameter’s target eyedroppers to the area on the Program view clip that represents the color information or attribute that you want to correct. For example, if you’ve selected a midtone sample area, drag the Midtone Target eyedropper to the area in the target clip that you want to change.
- Repeat the process to adjust other colors or attributes.