One thing one never should do, is use AUTO-anything. Never use them. It will create more havoc than it does good.
Just use one of the CC effects without AUTO.
I would recommend not using any of the "Auto" Effects.
Instead, look at Levels (not Auto), and then Fast Color Corrector. I would also apply them in that order. After adjusting Fast Color Corrector, be ready to go back and tweak Levels a bit more, if necessary.
Three-way Color Corrector is even more powerful, but takes a bit more use of it, to become proficient.
Every use of either Fast, or Three-way, will benefit you later on. Both are extremely useful and powerful.
Remove Color Cast is relative simple:
Add the Fast Color Corrector.
Sample an area with the eyedropper from the White Balance' while holding ctrl key down that is supposed to be white.
Thank you! Is there an equivalent of fast color corrector in Adobe Premiere Elements 8.0? They have Color Replace, Color Match, adnd Color Pass, are any of those equivalent to Fast Color Corrector?
If not I will just have to wait for CS5 to try this out, but thanks so much, sounds like fast color corrector is the video equivalent to remove color cast I've been looking for.
Elements does not have fancy CC, just the basics.
Is there an equivalent of fast color corrector in Adobe Premiere Elements 8.0? They have Color Replace, Color Match, adnd Color Pass, are any of those equivalent to Fast Color Corrector?
Not really. The heavy-duty CC Effects are in PrPro only. Same for Effects like Levels (not Auto Levels).