Just wondering... I'm assuming no but you never know... Was wondering if there's any color effect in premiere or maybe AE as well where you could match the RGB values of one clip to another for clips that are ever so slightly off in tonality and saturation. For example I have 2 clips where the only thing I changed between the two were shutter values and the one with the higher shutter is producing much richer colors right out of the camera (Same lighting and cam position). Was just thinking, "gee would be nice if i could just select two clips and 'average RGB' or 'Match RGB from V1 to V2'"
Natively in Premiere, no.
There are some commercial plugins that can match the coloring of two clips (such as RE:Match), or you could try the Shot Matching tool in Speedgrade CC (use it to create a .look file that defines the color shifts, then apply that to your footage in Premiere Pro CC using the Lumetri effect).