Filmconvert is a great software that transforms your digital footage into an accurate organic film equivalent by using subtle shifts in color and contrast, specialized for each individual digital camera. The approach is very effective and gives your footage the extra touch it often requires and the app is simple to use. Here’s another major update that adds support for additional cameras and integration in DaVinci Resolve.
Filmconvert already works with a lot of important cameras. With the continued feedback from us and other users the people from Rubbermonkey are hard at work to make this tool ever greater. ...
In the newest update to the famous color correction software , Black Magic Design has implemented support for Macbook Pro Retina displays among other features. ...
We’ve seen many grading apps and plugins made to take our footage that extra step towards the film look many of us are so keen to achieve: To make our films look cinematic, organic and nice. But none of them is quite as easy to use and gives you as spot on beautiful results as FilmConvert.
Does it work? Yes it does. I’ve been using FilmConvert for the past several weeks now and I’m very pleased with everything it has done. On any other software doing a quick film grade takes time and I have to smear up my footage with numerous looks, most of them being way to exaggerated. FilmConvert applies just the subtle changes needed to get digital footage where film would be.
The people from FilmConvert measured the exact differences from certain cameras to certain analogue film stocks. The software detects which camera your footage was shot with and alters it accordingly. The result is always right and each of the included 8 (light version) or 19 (pro version) stocks looks very nice. There’s also an exposure and colour temperature tab to do primary corrections and a 3-way colour correction and levels tab to do some rough grading.
FilmConvert has become an essential asset for colour correction workflow. From now on every digital material will go through FilmConvert in one way or another. ...
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We went out to shoot this yesterday among other things to test and get a feeling for the Scarlet-X.
In this particular test I wanted to shoot something that’s moving and would need a lot of post processing. The clips were gradually underexposed and there was a lot of shake because we simply shot from a tripod out the back of a truck....
Remember the Rolling Shutter plugin by British Software company The Foundry? I guess the name speaks for itself.
Well apparently they have something new for DSLR people in the works. Their new stand alone application STORM has been a very useful on set tool for RED shooters since March. By mid 2011 this software will support all Canon HDSLR cameras and give us some handy features like timecode, organisation, tagging, basic grading, even editing and then edl (universal editing format to save stuff) to Final Cut etc…
Very good on set workflow. Will they have Rolling Shutter implemented? I don’t know, but that would be cool.
You can check out the 15 day free Trial on their website. The application costs $375...
Ruben Latre is a New York based director and photographer and his work stands out not only among dslr filmmakers.
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