Premiere Pro Tutorial : View and modify source settings for raw media

 Adobe Premiere Pro allows you to view and modify the source settings for raw media files. This can be useful for adjusting the color and exposure of your footage before you start editing.

To view the source settings for a raw media file, right-click on the clip in the Project panel and select Source Settings. The Source Settings dialog box will appear.

The Source Settings dialog box will display different options depending on the type of raw media file you are using. For example, if you are using a RED R3D file, you will be able to adjust the color space, gamma, and white balance.

Once you have made the desired changes to the source settings, click OK to save your changes.

Here are some tips for viewing and modifying the source settings for raw media:

  • Use a calibrated monitor. It is important to use a calibrated monitor when viewing and modifying the source settings for raw media. This will ensure that you are seeing the colors accurately.
  • Start with the default settings. The default source settings for raw media are usually a good starting point. You can adjust the settings to your liking, but be careful not to make too many changes at once.
  • Experiment with different settings. The best way to learn how to use the Source Settings dialog box is to experiment with different settings. See what happens to the colors and exposure of your footage when you make changes.

Here are some specific examples of how to use the Source Settings dialog box to adjust the color and exposure of raw media:

  • To adjust the white balance: Use the White Balance sliders to adjust the red, green, and blue channels. You can also use the Auto White Balance button to automatically adjust the white balance.
  • To adjust the exposure: Use the Exposure slider to adjust the brightness of the footage. You can also use the Highlights and Shadows sliders to adjust the brightness of the highlights and shadows.
  • To adjust the color space: Use the Color Space drop-down menu to select the color space that you want to use. The most common color space for raw media is Rec. 709.

Once you have adjusted the source settings for your raw media, you can start editing your footage. The changes that you made to the source settings will be applied to the footage in the timeline.

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