Premiere Pro Tutorial : Automatically Match Colors with Adobe Sensei

 Adobe Sensei is a powerful artificial intelligence engine that powers many of the features in Premiere Pro. One of the most useful features of Adobe Sensei is the ability to automatically match colors in different clips. This can be a huge time saver for editors, especially when working with multi-camera footage or footage shot in different lighting conditions.

To automatically match colors with Adobe Sensei, follow these steps:

  1. Select the clip that you want to match the colors to.
  2. Open the Lumetri Color panel.
  3. In the Color Wheels and Match section, click the Match button.
  4. In the Apply Match window, select the clip that you want to match the colors to.
  5. Click Apply.

Adobe Sensei will analyze the two clips and automatically adjust the color settings of the first clip to match the colors of the second clip. You can then fine-tune the match by adjusting the individual color wheels and sliders in the Lumetri Color panel.

Here are some tips for using Adobe Sensei to automatically match colors:

  • Choose a reference clip that has the desired color look.
  • Make sure that the two clips have similar exposure and white balance.
  • If the two clips have different lighting conditions, you can try using the Lumetri Color panel to adjust the exposure and white balance of the first clip before applying the match.
  • If you’re not happy with the results, you can always reset the match and try again.

Adobe Sensei makes it easy to automatically match colors in Premiere Pro. With just a few clicks, you can create a consistent color look throughout your video.

Here is an example of how you can use Adobe Sensei to automatically match colors in a video with two clips shot in different lighting conditions:

  1. Select the clip that was shot in the darker lighting conditions.
  2. Open the Lumetri Color panel.
  3. In the Color Wheels and Match section, click the Match button.
  4. In the Apply Match window, select the clip that was shot in the brighter lighting conditions.
  5. Click Apply.

Adobe Sensei will automatically adjust the color settings of the darker clip to match the colors of the brighter clip. You can then fine-tune the match by adjusting the individual color wheels and sliders in the Lumetri Color panel.

Adobe Sensei is a powerful tool that can help you to save time and create professional-looking videos. By using Adobe Sensei to automatically match colors, you can ensure that all of the clips in your video have a consistent color look.

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