And check out Jarle Leirpoll's page ...
... for his comments and his new book on making Mogrts, an excellent primer on creating motion graphics templates with specialized features for use in Premiere Pro.
looking forward to using the new color settings! In the preferences: Enable Display Color Management
is grayed out for me :-(
There is a little note saying that "this feature requires GPU acceleration" which is wonderfully non-specific.
Which GPU is required?
Thanks ... I've never been a big curves fan, and especially with that big Elements panel on my desk I like the tools ported to that.
But those new curves make using the HSL panel unnecessary for many clips, and process faster.
They're some of the slickest curves I've used.
13.x moves forward on gear supported for two reasons: manufacturers and the OSs have moved forward and trying to get stability they're removing extra code that is only used by a smaller percentage of total user base.
I've seen the cutoff for 13, but don't recall precisely. Might be the 900 series for Nvidia. I know no 600 cards are supported.
I'm using an NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2080.
It seems to work for most things, e.g. rendering is quite happy with it but I was really hoping for Display Color Management to work :-(
I think I will post this as a separate topic as it might get a bit lost buried in here.
On a pc with good calibration of sRGB monitors set for video sRGB, you wouldn't see much change and might be not the right choice.
This option will do the most for Macs with P3 monitors, help some with PCs with certain monitor setups.
I don't know that card, and am at Max so just on my phone.
Neil, I'm testing out now.
franciscrossman suggested an nvidia driver update and that all worked.
enjoy MAX, I'm virtually there