Learn how to use the new color curves in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019. In this tutorial video we’re looking at 5 color grading and color correction tricks in the updated Lumetri using only the new curves functions.
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Another Creative Tuesday is here and you know what is also here? A new Adobe Premiere Pro update for 2019, damn I getting old. The first time I started working with Adobe was with the CS3 pack. So seeing that they are at CC 2019 now, really makes you think! It makes me think about all the cool features that were added through the years. And with this versions it’s more or less the same. They also added some new features, but this time they focused on stability and performance. Something that was really necessary, because Premiere Pro crashed a lot. And I mean a lot! But that is hopefully over now with the new update.
The first thing I want to mention about the better performances, is the love for H.264. Most Cameras film in these codecs, but previous Premiere Pro versions didn’t handle these codecs to well. However now they implemented hardware-based encoding and decoding for H.264. This would mean a better performances while editing and rendering. Now that we are speaking about codecs. The new update will also support some new capture formats from the Arri Alexa Lf, Sony Venice v2 and the Iphone 8 & X. So no no one is left out and can make awesome videos.
Besides performance, there is a new feature we really like and this video is dedicated to it. Inside the Lumetri panel they added a new and improved curves panel. You are now saying, hey the curves panel already existed. Yes that’s true, but now it’s much easier and way cooler. Adobe premiere Pro calls it the Selective Color Grading Tool. There are basically 5 curves, that work with a innovative second axis. This makes your workflow much easier and faster.
If you like to see all the new features and updates in the latest 2019 version, you can check out the Adobe blog.
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