Situation: I have a scene which has about 20 clips in it. After shooting the first ten, my lights went a little wonky, and I had to change the bulb. This affected the overall color of the subsequent shots. The first ten tend to lean toward a reddish hue, where the last ten are more yellow. After a couple of tests, I've determined that I can correct the color issue using After Effects.
I've got a working edit in Premier Pro of the scene using uncorrected footage.
What is the best workflow for color corrections using PPro and AE?
Is it best to do it one clip at a time using the dynamic link function and correct each clip on it's own in AE?
Is it best to select the whole scene (all 20 clips) and bring it all into AE to color correct, and if so, is that something that should be done using keyframes to indicate where color correction should stop or change?
Or, since it's pretty much the first half of the edit, select only the 10 clips in PPro and adjust those 10 in AE using dynamic links?
Just looking for a solution that's going to be the smallest headache later on when I go to render out the entire film. Thanks!