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Give Digital camera footage the color and grain of your favorite film stocks
Create the romance of film on your next digital video using FilmConvert plugin for Premiere Pro & After Effects. Our software seamlessly fits into your current Adobe workflow, helping you to achieve professional results quickly and easily. We’ve optimized our plugin to work cross platform, as well as being completely up-to-date with Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 or later.
- New Nitrate features – print density film emulation, advanced grain controls
- Cross Platform (macOS + Windows)
- Up-to-date with Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 or later
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe After Effects
FilmConvert introduces Nitrate for After Effects and Premiere Pro
Nitrate is a new set of features to give you even more power and control over your color grading.
- Cineon Log film emulations
- Full custom curve control
- Advanced film grain controls
If you already know and love FilmConvert the way it is, don’t worry –
The basic features of FilmConvert are still there if you need quick results.
The Nitrate features just add more of the advanced controls when you really want to dive in and take total control of your image.
Learn more about Nitrate in the updates tab.
We work with a wide range of popular cameras to deliver the most precise picture profiles available. We then use those profiles to match to your chosen film stocks to create a stunning and accurate result.
Our Camera Packs contain accurate data for each Camera Picture Style so we can tailor each film stock to your camera, allowing authentic Film Stock looks across a wide range of cameras and settings. We continue to work directly with camera companies to bring you the latest profiles.
Real Film Grain
Add real grain to your footage, scanned at 6k.
Unlike other plugins that simply overlay film grain, FilmConvert realistically models the amount of grain required for each color and exposure level in your image.
19 Film Stocks to choose from
With the majority of people shooting on digital these days, film makers are striving to achieve the desirable qualities of film stocks when grading in post. Often, this requires a good team of colorists, however we bridge that process for everyone! We recreate the grain structure and spectral responses of a variety of modern film stocks, from Kodak® to FujiFilm®.
Create and export 3D LUTs using FilmConvert
LUTs are a great way to export your grade for use on devices or any compatible software. Here are some ways this can help improve your workflow.
- You can use 3D LUTs on your monitor for on-set visualization. View on your monitor the look you will apply during post-production.
- You can load 3D LUTs into most color-grading software, which can be useful in workflows where plugin support is limited.
- You can export a 3D LUT to share your grade with others working on your film.
You can export your grade as a .cube LUT from any non-trial plugin version of FilmConvert. You cannot currently export .cube LUTs from the desktop app version at this time.
- Adobe After Effects or Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later.
- Windows 10
- An OpenCL or CUDA capable graphics card is required.
For CUDA rendering a CUDA Compute Compatibility version 3.0 capable graphics card is required.
- OSX 10.13.6 or later.
- After Effects or Premiere Pro CC 2018 or later.
- An OpenCL or Metal capable graphics card is required.
Current FilmConvert Camera profiles
||iPhone XS XR
|BMD URSA Mini Pro
||URSA Mini 4.6k
||Canon 1DX mk2
||Canon 550D / T2i
|Canon 5D MkII
||Canon 5D MkIII
||Canon 5D mkIV
|Canon 600D / T3i
||Canon 7D / 60D
||Canon C100 mk II
||Canon C300 mkII
||Digital Bolex D16
||DJI Inspire 1 / Phantom 3
||DJI Mavic 2 Pro
||DJI Mavic Air
|DJI Mavic Pro
||DJI Phantom 4 / Osmo
||DJI Phantom 4 Pro
|Nikon Z 6
|Panasonic GH4 + V-Log
|Panasonic VariCam LT
||Red Helium – Weapon
||Red Helium EPIC-W
||Sony A7 mk3
|Sony A7r mk2
||Sony A7r mk3
|Sony A7s mk2
||Sony EX1 / EX3
||Sony FDR X3000
||Sony FS700 / FS100
|Sony RX100 IV – RX10 II
||Sony RX100 V
Download your latest camera profile today!
FilmConvert camera profiles are dedicated data packs that increase the color accuracy for your footage.
The data packs work in both the FilmConvert plugins and desktop app grading software. They cannot be loaded into your camera, but you can use the plugin software to export a LUT with your color settings to use in-camera if you wish.
You can download our most recent camera profiles below. If we don’t currently support your camera, you can request it here.
If we don’t have an exact match for your camera, never fear! You can still use our software to achieve a stunning result. We advise you to have a play with some of the different camera profile packs, especially within the same manufacturer.
Note: These Camera Packs need the latest version of FilmConvert for full compatibility
Download free camera profile
What’s new in Filmconvert Nitrate
Cineon Log Film Emulation
Filmmakers love the built-in FilmConvert film stocks for their authentic look, but sometimes you want more control over the final image.
In the Nitrate update, we’ve added Cineon Log versions of our original film stock emulations, meaning you can dial the contrast or saturation of a film stock back to your liking, while still keeping the authentic film stock colors.
Design your own film response curve
We’ve designed full custom curve controls for each of the FilmConvert film stocks, so you can create exactly the look you want: modify highlight and shadow roll-offs, or even design your own film stock from scratch. Nitrate now uses a full Log image processing pipeline, so you can retain the full dynamic range of your footage through the grading process.
Advanced film grain controls
You can now adjust the appearance of the grain individually in the highlights, mid-tones, and shadows.
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