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.
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.
You can now adjust the appearance of the grain individually in the highlights, mid-tones, and shadows.
Yes! Any project using the old version of the FilmConvert plugin will still work fine. You can download legacy versions of the plugin on our Help page.
Yes, there will be an upgrade fee of $89 for FilmConvert owners to get the new features available in Nitrate.
The Nitrate upgrade is currently available for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects on Mac OS and Windows. We'll be launching the upgrade for additional platforms throughout 2019.
The plugin versions for Premiere Pro + After Effects, Final Cut Pro X, and OFX (DaVinci Resolve, HitFIlm, Magix Vegas etc) will receive the Nitrate update, for Windows and Mac OS. The FilmConvert Desktop App and Photoshop plugin will not be updated.
Yes, the fee for upgrading your Bundle license will always remain the same, so if you use Premiere / AE as part of your Bundle, upgrade your Bundle license now to start using the Nitrate features.