OK, I am not on my machine that has PE9 on it right now (it's at my office) so I can't check for the answer to my question, so I figured I would throw it out to you guys.
I was watching something on TV just now and in the show they had a piece of video where all the colors but one were removed (in back and white and only blue remained).
I have Photoshop Elements 9 and I know in it (and other online sites like Piknik) it is pretty easy to do and called "Spot Color"
Can this be done in PE9? If not in PE9, then in Premiere Pro CS5? And if not, what program then?
Thanks in advance, you guys are the best.
If you apply the RGB video effect to your clip, you can adjust the levels of each color individually in the Properties panel.
By reducting the other two colors, you can pretty easily make your clip show only red, only green or only blue.
Figured I would write back and reply to say that, other than having a camera like the Nikon D5100 that you can set to spot color when you shoot the raw video, this is the best solution to use. Especially when you do not know you want to try to isolate a color when you are shooting your original raw footage.
Thanks again guys.