Setting up Adobe Creative Cloud in HDR

CC Version 2020, Q4 2020 Release

With the Adobe product suite finally working in HDR, it's important to look at some of the quirks for setting it up to get yourself up and running in HDR.

In this video, I'll walk you through what you need to get HDR up and running in Adobe Premiere CC 2020 and Adobe After Effects CC 2020 (Q4 Release).

To go into more depth on the quirks of using HDR and the details of HDR color management in Premiere and After Effects, check out the videos Working in HDR in Premiere CC 2020 (Demo) and Working in HDR in After Effects CC 2020 (Demo).

To download my FREE HDR color management LUTs for Adobe Premiere, please visit

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