Creative COW SIGN IN :: SPONSORS :: ADVERTISING :: ABOUT US :: CONTACT US :: FAQ
Creative COW's LinkedIn GroupCreative COW's Facebook PageCreative COW on TwitterCreative COW's Google+ PageCreative COW on YouTube
ADOBE PREMIERE PRO:HomeTutorialsForumArticlesPodcastsBasics ForumCreative Cloud Debate

How to get Sepia Tone?

COW Forums : Adobe Premiere Pro

<< PREVIOUS   •   VIEW ALL   •   PRINT   •   NEXT >>
Share on Facebook
Don ChanHow to get Sepia Tone?
by on Sep 6, 2004 at 10:48:36 am

I'm looking for a sepia tone filter, and Premiere's help file says to use the channel mixer effect. Can anyone tell me the general settings for the colors using this filter?

Is there a better way to do it? I understand Magic Bullet has such an effect, but render times are long & I want to avoid it if possible.

Thanks,

Don


Return to posts index

Steven L. GotzRe: How to get Sepia Tone?
by on Sep 6, 2004 at 3:10:44 pm

One way is to make the clip Black & White and add a color cast to it by adding a color matte at a low opacity over it.

I suggest that you use the Movie looks on a couple of frames and then attempt to get color correction to work for you.

Steven
Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 / After Effects 6.5 Pro / Hobbyist
http://www.stevengotz.com/premiere.htm


Return to posts index

Steven L. GotzRe: How to get Sepia Tone?
by on Sep 6, 2004 at 3:11:52 pm

Sorry, I meant to use the Movie Looks and then try to get the same effect using color correction.

But for faster rendering, making it B&W with a color cast will be much faster.

Steven
Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 / After Effects 6.5 Pro / Hobbyist
http://www.stevengotz.com/premiere.htm


Return to posts index


Don ChanRe: How to get Sepia Tone?
by on Sep 8, 2004 at 6:48:22 am

Thanks Steven,

It works well, but unfortunately I'm trying to get a sepia effect on small video clips on top of rolling credits, and the color matte affects the black background of my credits.

I think I may need to play with the color correction/mixing tools?

Thanks,

Don


Return to posts index

Steven L. GotzRe: How to get Sepia Tone?
by on Sep 8, 2004 at 5:08:52 pm

You just need to adjust the tracks so that the matte is the same size as the video. Or, easier, put the video on track one of a new sequence and the matte on track two, and then use that sequence nested into the original.

Steven
Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 / After Effects 6.5 Pro / Hobbyist
http://www.stevengotz.com/premiere.htm


Return to posts index

<< PREVIOUS   •   VIEW ALL   •   PRINT   •   NEXT >>
Share on Facebook


FORUMSTUTORIALSFEATURESVIDEOSPODCASTSEVENTSSERVICESNEWSLETTERNEWSBLOGS

Creative COW LinkedIn Group Creative COW Facebook Page Creative COW on Twitter
© 2014 CreativeCOW.net All rights are reserved. - Privacy Policy

[Top]