ACES is a color-management system built into DaVinci Resolve and some other high-end VFX and compositing tools. It’s designed to convert all your footage from various origins to a single neutral working space to make compositing and VFX integration more efficient, and maintain color consistency throughout your grading and deliverables. FilmConvert doesn’t have dedicated ACES… Continue reading FilmConvert Nitrate for ACES Workflow
We get a lot of questions from users about what camera settings you should use to get the best look out of your footage. To help you out, we’ve put together the following set of guidelines: Check our list of camera profile packs FilmConvert is constantly working on new camera profiles for the most popular… Continue reading What camera settings should I use with FilmConvert?
Kelsey Brannan, aka Premiere Gal, produces bi-weekly tutorials on Adobe Premiere Pro. In her latest video, she delves into FilmConvert, taking a look at the basic controls and showing how quickly you can apply a film look to your footage. Using the promo code “PREMIEREGAL” you can get 10% off of FilmConvert. This promo is… Continue reading Premiere Gal FilmConvert review
Dan McComb is a veteran colorist and editor, based in Seattle, WA. Dan has been a long-time FilmConvert user, and when we contacted him to discuss some new features and product enhancements, he jumped at the chance to try it out. Use FilmConvert Pro to nail your skin tones Dan has some great things to say… Continue reading How to nail your skin tones in FilmConvert
Philip Bloom put together this video review with footage of a recent shoot in London. He compares ungraded footage to footage graded with FilmConvert, and explains his process for creating a look, saving a preset and then applying this across footage from a range of cameras and picture styles. One of the special properties of… Continue reading Philip Bloom – FilmConvert video tutorial
5 Reasons to Love FilmConvert – LUTs In this post by our friends at Story & Heart, Justin Demers delves into one particular reason he loves FilmConvert: the ability to see your grading while you’re shooting using the power of LUTs. Creating LUTs to use on set One of the lesser-used features of FilmConvert is the… Continue reading 5 Reasons to use FilmConvert – LUTs