Your one stop shop for adding that filmic look to your next digital video. The FilmConvert Stand-Alone has a beautifully designed interface, making it simple to use and even easier to deliver the best results! We’ve taken care of the technology so you can spend more time being creative.
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.
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.
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®.
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 export your grade as a .cube LUT from any non-trial plugin version of FilmConvert. You cannot currently export .cube LUTs from the standalone version at this time.
Agency is a comedy series about a small New Zealand advertising firm trying to stamp their mark on the ad industry.
“For this webseries, I wanted a glossy look so I took the grain off. I don’t normally do this as the grain feature in FilmConvert is one of the best features! I increased the saturation 140% to give it a slightly modern feel and adjusted the temperature to 5600.”
FJ 8543 VD
See the best of our #FilmConvert have to offer.
278 West 113 Street is where Harry Houdini resided, just down the block from Morningside Park. Who’s Afraid to Listen to Red, Black and Green by artist Kevin Beasley is a series of three installations, each featuring a color of the African-American flag. The “acoustic mirrors” were created out of red, black and green t-shirts cast in resin. The three installations are set high up within Morningside Park, on a landing best reached from 113th Street and Morningside Drive, a location for contemplation, conversation and planned performances. This clip was captured with a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera and a Sony PCM M-!0 hand held recorder. The 21mm Super Lentar lens was mounted to a Metabones Speed Booster. A 5 stop ND filter was used on several shots to allow a large iris.By unknown
Color your world. Color our world.By george alger
The New York City Pride Parade is a yearly tradition centered around the celebration of love and diversity. This video uses slow motion to detail parts of the 2016 parade.By Robert Breitenbach
Windows- Windows 7 and above (Windows 10 highly recommended).
macOSMac OSX 10.8 and above