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- Correcting color can become a never ending quest for some aesthetic Nirvana. As its name suggests, the built-in Color Corrector in Adobe® Premiere Pro is there to correct the chrominance (hue, saturation) and luminance (brightness) of images with problems. The bottom line is that pushing color and brightness can lead to your final images showing crushed blacks, flaring whites, color bleeding—and this will be ten times worse if they’re trying to cope with an effect on top.
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