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Shane Ross
Re: Is Premiere Pro ripe for color correction in a professional workflow?
on Mar 6, 2020 at 7:09:42 pm

Nodes, for multiple levels of grading.
Power windows. The ability to track those power windows (power windows are areas on the image you can affect while leaving the area outside them alone...and it can automatically track)
16-bit or greater processing (AE might have that, not sure about premiere)
FAR BETTER control over the image...make subtle changes...or drastic ones...with better results. You have to try them both to see what I can be more subtle in your changes...where Premiere controls make the changes more drastic...more “touchy.” And you can push the limits more in Resolve...more drastic changes...while retaining image quality. Under exposed? Resolve can make it visible with better results that Premiere. MUCH better.
Far more grading interface options (curves, wheels, numerical, slider bars) that affect more of the color data parameters.
Built in image stabilization (no need to go to AE)
Built in Noise Reduction
Super-scale for scaling SD to HD...better results than PPro, and no need to go to AE

It is just a far better color correction app, as that is it’s main purpose. It’s an editor second. Where Premiere is first an editor, and second, has the ability to grade. Resolve blows the socks off Premiere when it comes to grading.

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