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Jim Curtis
Re: Is Premiere Pro ripe for color correction in a professional workflow?
on Mar 8, 2020 at 2:49:06 pm

[Shane Ross] "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)"


Premiere has mask tracking, and it's gotten a lot faster in the CC 20 (14.x) version. Last time I witnessed Power Windows, they were restricted to quadrangles and ovals. Has that changed?

Pr's masks can be any shape you can make with a pen tool. They interpolate over time, and can be edited after the track. The mask tracking is faster in Pr than in Ae.

Ae has a nice face tracking feature that auto-magically makes separate masks or track points for the face, eyes, and mouth.

https://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/how-to/face-tracker.html

Pr can work in HDR, which, if I'm not mistaken (I have no experience in HDR yet.), takes 12-bits or more. Ae will indeed work in 16 or 32 bits.

Jim Curtis
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