Adobe CC Tutorial: Using the Lumetri Color Engine to Apply and Create Custom Looks in Premiere and Speedgrade

nofilmschool by Robert Hardy

There are some cool new features in Adobe’s revamped lineup of professional video applications. From the new tools in After Effects, to fantastic new noise reduction plugins in Audition, it’s safe to say that the Creative Suite has never been more powerful or easier to use. One of the new features that’s had me the most excited however, is the integration of Speedgrade’s Lumetri Deep Color Engine directly into Premiere Pro, thus making Premiere one of the most powerful NLE’s on the market in regards to color correction. Hit the jump for a couple of top-notch tutorials that will get you up to speed with the Lumetri Deep Color Engine and how you can use its magical powers to apply various types of looks directly inside of Premiere.

First, here’s a quick rundown on how to use the new Lumetri Effect inside of Premiere Pro from the fine folks over at Infinite Skills:

This tutorial is great for getting started with the Lumetri Effect inside of Premiere, but what if you want to take it to the next level and create your own .look files to apply to your footage? Here’s Andrew Devis from Creative Cow with a video on everything you need to know to start creating custom looks in Speedgrade and bringing them into Premiere read more...

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