How to Keyframe a Color Change in Adobe Premiere Pro [v]

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[ This is an excerpt from a recent on-line webinar: “Color Tools in Adobe Premiere Pro v24” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library. ]


One of the harder tasks in color grading is changing the look of a clip when the lighting color itself changes during the shot. In this short video, Larry Jordan shows how to use color keyframes to change the color grade during a shot using Premiere Pro.


How to Keyframe a Color Change in Premiere Pro

TRT: 5:29 — MPEG-4 HD movie



The color capability of Premiere Pro continues to expand. If you’ve wondered how to interpret the video scopes, what the Lumetri Color panel does or how to make your images look better, this session is for you. This also looks at how LUTs make color grading more flexible and effective.

Join Larry Jordan as he showcases how to use Premiere’s color tools:

NOTE: This session doesn’t cover color grading HDR media.

Color grading is a vast subject. Premiere has powerful tools to help you take your images to the next level. This session shows how they work.


This intermediate-level session benefits from knowledge of how Premiere works, but we’ll teach you what you need to know about color. All you need to view this session is a web browser.

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