Is that something that came with Premiere Pro, or does the vendor of that add-in SAY it is supposed to work with CS5.5?
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Look in the Magic Bullet Colerista folder in the Effects panel.
Im guessing your on a Mac and he is on a PC.
I know the PC version had more effects then the Mac version.
> I know the PC version had more effects then the Mac version.
The original poster is referring to a third-party effect, not an effect bundled with Premiere Pro.
Look at the Red Giant page about LUT Buddy:
LUT Buddy works with:
- Adobe After Effects CS5, CS4, CS3
- Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
Note that Premiere Pro CS5.5 is not listed.
If you have questions about Red Giant's plug-ins, I recommend that you ask Red Giant.
LUT's help tells you what to do with CS5.5.
Just install the plug-in, it shows up perfectly.
thanks ANN, and some of you answered oddly, but the incorrect info I was finding was I was ONLY opening up the EFFECTS TRANSITIONS and not the other effect folders, did not see them there for some reason, and when I opened it I saw the Magic Bullet Colerista folder in the Effects panel.
Oh Dopey ME.
anyway, all is working fine. So many new terms, lingo, and folders to learn on PP that have been known to me nearly 20 years with FCP and AVID.
Again thanks for the support!!!
No disrespect, but 20 years experience with FCP and Avid? FCP hasn't been around for 20 years, and Avid has barely been around that long.
taz291819: Then you need to know more about what you speak of, as AVID has been around for over 23 years and Final Cut for over 17.
and I was playing with PP back in 1992 as version 2 and was it not a player then.
It is now and am impressed, but since the industry for many many years was nothing but Avid, then FCP, Premeire was not even considered.
Not anymore. Very nice, but there is a learning curve with the program, not editing.
And yes, I have 25 years of experience editing. nearly 300 days of the year and paid, thanks.
And am adding a new app to my skills.