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Magic Bullet Looks - Where's the label?

Mar 27, 2013 9:22 PM

Tags: #looks

I can not seem to find where the name of the look applied is?

 

I often use ag film nd blockbuster w/o vignette on the same SEQ depending on Luma value. I use them to get close and then go in an tweak to match.

 

I have a project that i am re-editing and since its nearly 2 years old I cant remember what dreamy looks i applied as a foundation and there alot od dreamy look in the suite. I did not write it down on this one.

 

So where is the place that tells me whats applied?

 
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  • joe bloe premiere
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    Mar 28, 2013 8:31 AM   in reply to Preditor Corbett

    The best I can tell, once you have applied a 'named' look

    from the list of presets (either a built-in or custom setup),

    the name of the setup itself is not retained in the

    Premiere UI.

     

    You might be able to go through your existing old timeline

    and save out each preset using custom names that can be

    recalled and applied at a later time.

     

    Custom presets are saved in this location:

    C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Local\LooksBuilder\Looks\Custom

     
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  • joe bloe premiere
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    Mar 28, 2013 1:33 PM   in reply to Preditor Corbett

    so you are saying that there is no place in the Looks UI that tells you the preset applied?

    It certainly (Magic Bullet) Looks that way.

    Your best bet is probably saving Custom Presets with names

    based on program timecode, effect type, or scene description etc.

    Thats kinda wierd for any editing plugin.

    Tell the folks at MB!

     
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  • joe bloe premiere
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    Mar 28, 2013 4:16 PM   in reply to Preditor Corbett

    When i reopen a clip with MBL applied, the poster frame i get is from the previous clip.

    You are talking about the image within the MBL UI, correct?

     

    Are you going through the timeline from clip to clip

    opening the MBL interface for each clip as you go along?

    If so, it wouldn't surprise me if the MBL frame buffer

    is having trouble keeping up with you.

     

    Maybe try opening the MBL UI and if you get a frame from

    the previous clip, exit, scrub to a new spot in the clip and re-try.

    I was thinking of clearing the cache...

    I doubt the Pr cache has any effect on the MBL UI.

     
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