I've downloaded the trial version of re:match and have a question:
If I've made any manual color correction (using the Fast Color Correction effect) to the reference track, will the re:match plug-in take take the color correction into account when applying to the camera angle clip I want to match the reference to? As best I can tell, it does not but maybe I'm missing something?
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If you apply the Color correction to the reference track, you need to nest it because effects on another track are not applied otherwise when you reference it.
In Premiere one way to do it is to select the Clip in the Project Bin, right click and choose New Sequence From Clip. Apply effect there and drop that sequence in your main edit timeline - and use that as reference track instead.