First select a clip on your timeline and try some of the settings in the Adjustments panel on the right side of the program. Applying these adjustments is as simple as clicking on a preset.
If that doesn't work, try going to Premiere Elements' Effects panel and applying Color Correction effects.
You'll need to experiment a bit to find out which is most effective at removing the tint. I might try the Color (RGB) settings in the Adjustments panel first, reducing the level of green. (You'll do much better if you reduce the green rather than trying to add a complimentary color to cancel it out.)
Apologies for the late reply.
Thanks, I adjusted the RGB and that worked pretty well. Much better than
adding a magenta tint over the whole clip.
Thanks for the advice and have a great day
On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 3:29 PM, Steve Grisetti <email@example.com>
Did you try and have any success applying Channel Mixer to your clip. Please refer to
fx Effects/Adjust/Channel Mixer.
A fuller description of the effect is found in the Adobe document Premiere Elements Effects Reference
I did, thank you for your advice.
While I did manage to take some green out, and add a little blue, I think I need a more professional video software to get the desired results being 30m underwater.
Thanks again for your help