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Edit: Image removed. App violates Magic lantern GPL.

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@NitromanX Im on Mac too, so in Finder get Inspector for specific qt file by holding "alt" and pressing "cmd+I" at the same time. You will be able to see if it has or not rec709 by showing "HD (1-1-1)" or not showing one at all in case there is no metadata attached to the file. Remedy is to open Automator app and get in first column under Movies "add color profile", you will be able to assign one HD (Rec. 709) and to be sure that you have right gamma attached to a movie file.
Ivan

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Try to find out in finder trough inspecting qt to be sure that movie has rec709 gamma. Inspector shoud show hd 1-1-1 profile if so. Automator can be used to attach propper gamma if needed...
Cheers

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Strange that you try to grade footage in AE. That is not apropriate soft. for the job...
Try Resolve or SpeedGrade for color grading... Adobe always did "rounding" to get speed and results were always very poor both in terms of geometry and color.These people ar ML rock!
Cheers
Ivan

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