Modern Color Grading Software For The Independent Filmmaker.
Cinema Grade is a modern color grading software built from the ground up that runs as a plugin inside of Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve and Final Cut Pro X on the Mac. With Cinema Grade color grading at once becomes easier and faster by enabling direct on screen color grading, professionally guided colorist’s workflow and over 90 built-in Hollywood style color looks with realtime preview of your favorite LUTs.
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Hollywood Film Grades
Choose from over 60 “look” presets based on Hollywood films and organised based on the narrative of the story.
Color Grade In The Viewer
Make changes and fixes directly in the viewer with the industries’ only simple point-and-click grading. It’s as easy as painting or sketching.
Be guided every step of the way from fixing shots, matching multiple shots together and applying a final ‘look’ grade.
Cinema Grade works with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018+, DaVinci Resolve 15 and Final Cut Pro X 10.4+ on Mac by utilizing a plugin.
Cinema Grade Features
We believe all photographers and indie filmmakers can be great colorists when armed with the right modern tools
Adjust Exposure & Contrast
Easily adjust exposure and contrast with click and drag up/down motions to increase or decrease exposure/contrast. Selectively adjust shadows, mids and highs based on where you click.
Auto White Balance
Achieve instant white balance with built-in auto tool. Color temperature can then be fine tuned by dragging up on the image to warm it up or down to cool it down.
Easily adjust overall saturation with click and drag up/down motions to increase or decrease saturation. Selectively adjust saturation in shadows, mids and highs based on where you click.
Easily perform secondary color corrections to change the hue, luma and saturation of specific colors or objects in a scene based on where you click.
Easily tackle the difficult task of matching multiple shots together with the side-by-side viewer. Choose a ‘hero’ shot, add clips to the group and match all the shots in the group to the ‘hero.’
Enable the ‘False Colors’ feature to see different luma values represented as different colors. “Red” is overexposed, “purple” too dark and skin should like in the “grey”, “green” and “pink” areas.
Realtime Previews of LUTs and Looks
Get realtime preview of LUTs as thumbnails and choose from over 90 built-in Hollywood film looks based on mood, location, time of day, genre or color scheme.
Look Transfer Tool
Easily match the color palette of your favorite image or film with the Look Transfer Tool. Simply import a screenshot or any reference frame then click “Match” use the color controls to fine-tune.
ACES Color Management
Easily get log images to a good base starting point using color science developed by the Academy. Simply choose your camera profile and the display you’re using.
Xrite Chart Support
If you incorporate one of the Xrite ColorChecker Video charts as apart of your video production let Cinema Grade perform auto exposure and color balance corrections.
Start Using CinemaGrade
How to Navigate Through Your Clips
Adjust Exposure and Contrast
Using the Vectors Tool
Grade Like a Master
Create Groups and Matching
How to Apply Presets and LUTs in Cinema Grade
Look Transfer Tool
How To Use X-Rite Charts In Cinema Grade
Final Cut Pro X 10.4+
DaVinci Resolve 15*
Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018+
Minimum System Requirements
Apple Mac 2011+
macOS High Sierra 10.13.x and later
* DaVinci Resolve 15 (NO SUPPORT for Mac App Store version)
Final Cut Pro X 10.4.x and later
Adobe Premiere Pro 12.1.x and later
With each purchased license of Cinema Grade, you can install on up to TWO computers e.g. one desktop and one laptop.
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