Give Digital camera footage the color and grain of your favorite film stocks. We love digital cameras. And we love the look of film.
FilmConvert models the characteristics of the digital sensors, and provides a complex algorithm to transform digital footage to match your favorite film stocks - including negative densities, printer spectral responses and grain response curves.
What is FilmConvert?
Ever since the introduction of Digital Cameras, digital evangelists have been saying how Film would eventually be superceeded and replaced. After several decades, this is finally happening. However, for many people, the look of the digital footage still leaves a lot to be desired and doesn't look as good straight out of the camera.
Use FilmConvert to:
Process an edited timeline to DPX for grading
Process an edited timeline to QuickTime and reconnect
Process all daily footage to QuickTime before editorial
FilmConvert Pro v1.220
FilmConvert Pro for Adobe After Effects-Premiere v2.18
FilmConvert Pro for Adobe Photoshop v1.05
FilmConvert Pro for OFX v2.02
FilmConvert Pro for Final Cut Pro X-7-Motion v2.10
Camera Data Packs
FilmConvert stand-alone requires Mac OSX 10.6 or above.
FilmConvert for Final Cut Pro requires Final Cut Pro X or 7 or Motion 4 or 5.
Note: Final Cut Pro 6 and Motion 3 should also work, but are not supported at this time.
FilmConvert for After Effects requires After Effects CS5.5 and up or Premiere Pro CS5.5 and up. Both OSX and Windows are supported.
FilmConvert for Photoshop is currently only available on OSX (the windows version is in the works though).
It requires Photoshop version 12.0 and up, which translates to CS5 and up. 64 bit only on OSX.