I've spent the last couple hours pulling my hair out attempting to match a shot from an OSMO cam to a shot from a Canon c100. I've attempted using the LUT provided by Osmo as an adjustment layer and adjusting intensity, but still can't get it right. I've never worked with this kind of footage and I'm not sure what I'm doing incorrectly. I am using Lumetri in Premiere. I even tried creating my own LUT. Still nothing. Is there a step I am missing? PLEASE HELP! I am attaching a screenshot of the two shots I am trying to match. Let me know if there is any other information you need to give me a more accurate response. Thanks! (The "red" footage is the OSMO)
on Sep 4, 2017 at 4:46:53 am Last Edited By Chris Wright on Sep 4, 2017 at 6:43:34 am
I played with fast color corrector, then rgb curves. I watched the scopes rgb parade/waveform and hls, then eyeballed it from ref monitor. This is why I don't use lumetri, it doesn't work or even have hue control. I screenshotted the scopes so I could compare them with the reference scope. there is no split scope like in davinci.