We have a C200 at the office, and I'm just now experimenting with shooting Raw on it for the first time. There's a lot to the worflow I need to learn, but I brought some Raw footage (shot onto the CFast card) into premiere CC 2019 on our iMac Pro, played with color correcting it, and it looks amazing in the project. I rendered out the project, trying two different formats (ProRes HQ 422 and a high quality H264 mp4) and getting the same result. The rendered video is now wildly different from what I saw in my project. Hopefully this is some obvious problem with a simple solution? See the attached screen grab, featuring the way it looked in the Premiere project, and then how it came out in my *.mov file.
I'm used to the mild lightening and desaturation that happens when I export from Premiere; it's annoying, but I've learned to deal with it. But I've never seen anything like this, and it makes me think there's some RAW-specific procedure I'm missing.
Thanks for taking a look! -- Jeremy
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