Raw video footage is almost never perfectly color balanced. Transforming your raw footage into the final video, you might be battling white balance and tone settings—settings that control the overall color and look of your video footage in big ways.
Adobe Premiere features built-in tools to correct the color of your video. In the video lesson above, I explain the importance of color correction and get you thinking about how you can apply it in Premiere.
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Check out these other lessons to learn more about Premiere:
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- VideoHow to Create LUTs in Adobe After Effects and Premiere ProCharles Yeager
- FilmHow to Create the Film Look With Your Footage for FreeCharles Yeager
- VideoVideo Editing Basics: How to Sequence Shots in Adobe Premiere ProDavid Bode
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