Pearl 2 exported video has incorrect metadata tag for video range "full"

pearl-2

#1

Pearl 2 exported videos are tagged as “full” range and are actually “limited” range.

This following ffmpeg command converts the “full” tag to “limited” so when imported into Premiere pro the video appears correctly.

ffmpeg -i Exported_Pearl.mp4 -map 0 -c copy -bsf:v h264_metadata=video_full_range_flag=0 Exported_Pearl_Limited_Range.mp4

Please allow changing the flag to “limited” when the input video signal is limited so that streamed or exported files work correctly.


#2

Thank you for reporting this! We have passed the information along to our development team who will be investigating.

Much appreciated,

-Adam


#3

Adam,

We found out the this issue is only with Adobe Premiere Pro and Quicktime Player.

When the file is edited in Davinci resolve the video range is detected properly, regardless of the “full” range tag.

Lawrence