I don't understand. Are you saying I should just use a combination of the color correctors that are included with Premiere? I was hoping to find something a professional colorist would only find a little odd, but still be able to work with in a similar manner to systems like DaVinci.
What are my options? Can Colorista II or Color Finesse work in real time now? If not, what are the best options for color-correcting so that I can continue to alter the project in the original timeline and watch it in real time?
Colorista II and Color Finesse no not work in real time, so it's no surprise they are the better tools.
If you have to 'continue to alter the project in the original timeline and watch it in real time'...
your only options are GPU accelerated effects.
I would use the better tools, and timeline render each scene as I work in order to have real time playback.
Oh, okay. Thanks. That's too bad. I feel like the guy from Louie CK's "everything's amazing and nobody's happy" bit.
If staying completely in Premiere, which would you recommend: Colorista or Finesse or something else? What about staying in Premiere vs linking with After Effects?
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Colorista and Finesse are both nice.
I use Magic Bullet Looks a lot.. lots o' presets, intuitive interface and near infinite control.
I usually only take a scene to AE if I intend to
do more effect work than just color correction.