High-precision Rendering in Premiere Pro

All plug-ins that support at least 16-bit half-float bit depths will automatically be 32-bit enabled in Premiere Pro.

Premiere Pro uses 32-bit floating point encoded buffers to exchange images with your plug-in, and accepts output values in the range 0 to “super-white” as discussed in the output clamping section.

If your plug-in is not capable of rendering at 16-bit half-float or 32-bit float, FxFactory will automatically convert your inputs/outputs to the only bit depth supported by your plug-in, 8-bit integer.