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Red Epic, KD 5207 Vis3
Edinburgh - a short trip to Scotland (FilmConvert)

This summer I took the opportunity to make with my girlfriend and family a four-day trip to Edinburgh, Scotland.

For me it was more a trial-trip. on another occasion I will spend more time in Scotland, because in the short time I have not seen to much of the country. Anyway we enjoyed every minute including making Scottish Tattoos (I was spared), lots of whiskey, Guinness and good food (Haggis).

we spent three days in the city and walked from one end to the other. for one day we rented a car to see something of the scottish nature and surroundings. The whole short-trip was wonderful.

Equipment:
(shot on Red Epic)

I wanted to travel with a compact Rig and do all Hand-held with Slow Motion settings and Fake Dolly-Jib movements. This movements were filmed only by hand, no tripods, no Dollys & Jibs were used but a little of stabilization work in post.

- Tamrac EXPEDITION 7X (full loaded 18kg)
- Red Epi

By Sergio Herencias
EX3, 7D, 60D, 5Diii, Mostly the Eterna to help rescue shadows.
Silver & Gold - Hidden Secrets Of Money 2 - Seven Stages Of Empire - FilmConvert

Bonus videos: http://goldsilver.com/hidden-secrets-money/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=VideoDescriptionBox&utm_campaign=Episode2 So there you have it folks, the Seven Stages Of Empire. Rather than write about the video itself and undo the simple elegance of Mike's explanations, I thought I'd come from a different angle -- what you can do to help us. The good news is that it is actually pretty simple. If you enjoyed the video and got something from it, please share it with your friends and family. That's it. There's no 800 number, no phone calls for donations, no pledge drive...just a couple of mouse clicks is all we ask in return for providing this educational series. Please Facebook it, tweet it, email it, whatever you can...these ideas need to be in front of as many folks as possible. Your help in sharing these videos helps us immensely. Even just clicking the 'Like' button above is great google juice that adds up to more people understanding how they are being screwed. As you wou

By Dan Rubock
Canon 5D Markiii, Fuji H400 Pro
Lock 5 (FilmConvert FJ H400 Pro)

"Lock 5" reworked to emulate Fuji H400 Pro film stock. Has an interesting look.

By Marty Hardin
BLACKMAGIC CINEMA CAMERA MFT, FUJI Velvia 100
The Wormcracker (FilmConvert)

Shot on the Blackmagic Cinema Camera MFT

ProRes 4.2.2 (HQ) Film Mode

Edited & Color graded on Sony Vegas Pro 12.

Lenses & Filters:

Vintage Russian Heritage Glass!

Mir-1B 37mm F2.8 M42
Helios 44M 58mm F2 M42
Eclipse ND Fader by Genus

Film Negative Emulation by Filmconvert
Film Negative Format: FUJI Velvia 100 (Modified)

Up to 6 Manual Color grading layers

Music by:
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71 - Act 2 - No. 12a Character Dances- Chocolate
Conductor: Valery Gergiev & Kirov Orchestra

Talent: Ayman Suleiman

By Ghassan Nazmi
Lumix GH2, Fuji 8563 RL
Missy & Earl // Testing FilmConvert

We like FilmConvert, but love Missy and Earl!

Besides producing films for clients, we regularly make short films, tutorials and production experimental videos that appear on our Panvista TV page - http://vimeopro.com/panvistaproductions/panvista-tv

The purpose of this film was to try out some new software in the editing phase. We love creating a film look to our work and have a huge interest in the colour process of digital video. We were lucky enough to get our hands on FilmConvert, a new plugin tool which give's digital camera footage the colour and grain of popular film stocks -http://www.filmconvert.com. By using this tool, we were able to generate the popular Fuji 8563 RL film stock to our GH2 footage filmed in the 'nostalgic' preset.

This film has helped us understand what can be done with FilmConvert, and can now be implemented, if needed, in our future work for clients.

By Ian
SONY NEX 5, FUJI BLACK AND WHITE
Juelz On The Beat Mini Doc. (FILM CONVERT)

Juelz On The Beat Mini Doc. (COMPLETE)

By Serge Taveras
Sony NEX 5, Varied. I used different stocks especially around 6:11
Michael Montero: A Trumpeter (FILM CONVERT)

This is a brief overview run and gun style Mini-mentory study on teenage musician Michael Montero. Best if watch in HD in full screen since You Tube adds black bars on the aspect ratio. Shot on a Sony NEX 5 and Film Convert. Serge Taveras Jack Of All Trades Jonny Peña B-Camera Casey Brown Interviewer

By Serge Taveras
550d, KD 5207 Vis3
No Mans Land (Film Convert Test)

Went out and filmed my brother dicking about in a field due to boredom and the need for fresh air.

The local park is called no mans land, and the sun was quite beautiful.
Shot on my trusty 550d

Music:

'Little Army' by Sea Oleena
http://seaoleena.bandcamp.com/

The light leaks used in this video can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/p2dr98s

By Andrew Clunie
Canon 5D Markiii, GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition, FJ 8543 VD, FJ SuperX400, KS5207 Vis3, FJ8553 ET
OBX (FilmConvert Demonstration)

This project was created as a demonstration of FilmConvert software. The software does an amazing job of emulation not only of film grain, but also the film stocks colorimetry. What makes it even richer is that the emulation is also based on the color profile of the aquisition device. This allowed me to use 4 different "film stocks" - giving me greater artistic control over the final look and feel of the finished piece. Very cool.

About the setting:
OBX is the abbreviation given to North Carolina's Outer Banks. Here in the states, the abbreviation has appeared as bumper stickers on cars. I recently spent a couple of weeks on the Outer Banks. I had forgotten what an amazing beautiful place it is.

Software:
• FilmConvert (FJ 8543 VD, FJ SuperX400, KS5207 Vis3, FJ8553 ET)
• Adobe Premiere CC

Equipment:
• Canon 5d Mark iii
• GoPro Hero 3, Black Edition

By Marty Hardin