Lightroom: Histogram simulator for editing time lapses and matching colors

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adding the ability to view an overview for the previous frame over the histogram can make the editor match the colors and aperture easily, and remove any flickers or setting adjustment during shooting. the idea is to do histogram simulator over the next or selected photo, so, for example, i edited a time lapse, and I reached a point where there were differences in white balance or aperture if there is previous edit histogram simulation over the picture histogram that needs to be corrected, that will solve the problem easily .
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Do you know about the Photo > Develop Settings > Match Total Exposures command?  It will adjust the Exposure setting of the selected photos to match the exposure value of the most-selected photo:
https://petapixel.com/2016/12/13/lightroom-tip-match-different-photo-exposures-one-click/

This won't adjust white balance, though.