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Cinematic Color Presets - Premiere Pro 23572661 Videohive - Free Download Premiere Pro Templates

Premiere Pro CC++ | No Plugin | 1920x1080 | 515 MB

Color Grading for Premiere Pro was never so easy! Just drag and drop the profiles on your timeline! Control the final result!

You will get all the updates for free!

19 categories:

15 drone profiles

10 cinematic color profiles based on famous films

20 romantic color presets for wedding and romantic videos

5 profiles for fixing overexposed clips

50 vintage profiles (with dust scratches)

5 clean profiles

65 vintage profiles (with film burns)

25 duotone profiles

10 dust & scratches profiles

5 vignette profiles

10 colorful vignette profiles

10 contrast profiles

15 creative color profiles

10 color profiles from 30s, 50s-80s

10 special profiles

10 film genres color profiles

10 dust & scratches elements

20 film burn elements

15 extreme profiles

BONUS: +125 Color Presets for After Effects CC 2018 and above!

10 cinematic presets based on famous films

15 drone presets

5 clean presets

5 presets for fixing overexposed clips

10 film genres color presets

25 duotone presets

10 color presets from 30s, 50s-80s

5 vignette presets

10 special presets

15 creative color presets

15 extreme presets


Adjust the color intensity. Video tutorial is included!

Excellently organised

No plug-in is required

No installation is required! Open the Premiere Project that is included at the downloaded files or import it into your Premiere Project that you are working!!

Combine 2 or 3 profiles! Apply a vignette, dust & scratches or/and a contrast profile over a color grading profile and get a new result!

Profiles are resizable! They work with 720p, 1080p (1920×1080), 2K and 4K (3840×2160) resolutions or above!

Compatible with Premiere CC 2017 and above

Music is not included, but if you like it you can purchase it from Audiojungle.

The footages are not included! If you liked the footages, which were used in the preview, you can purchase them! Check out the portfolio of XnitroX!. All the other footages were used under creative commons licenses