unlike working with RED footage, there doesn't seem to be any way to make any changes to the RAW files.
There aren't any controls for adjusting the RAW files yet. Sorry. You can make a feature request here: http://www.adobe.com/go/wish
There is a post here that might give you some more details about the issue and ideas for workflows.
Keep in mind that other formats with RAW had no access to source settings at first, but they are there now. The team definitely knows about this issue.
I just had the same experience. It's great to able to Import the Cinema DNG files directly, but I thought there were going to be raw controls as well. It would be a huge improvement if Adobe could do this, and if Adobe is listening, please do it ASAP!
Hey, you compressed the tonal range when you import, and you can't get it back! Why did you do that? Doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of shooting RAW in the first place? This is a misrepresentation of the promotion Adobe was doing for the CInema DNG import update.
I saw an article where it said something about applying a neutral tone to the image in Premiere Pro. Can't find it again though.
While I'm happy the feature has been added - a step forward is good - what you can do with it at the moment is almost pointless. If you already have cinemaDNG footage, then it's nice to be able to edit with it. But if I'm making a decision on capture right now, I will still have to choose prores - you gain next to nothing capturing Cinema DNG if you plan to edit in Premiere. I couldn't wait for this release, and now I will have to continue to wait for a release that makes CinemaDNG useful. Hopefully soon.
The Color curve that is applied when importing RAW DNG sequences - can this be remov