FilmaticAI’s ColorClone Announced – An AI Camera-Matching Plug-in for DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro

October 30th, 2023 Jump to Comment Section 11
FilmaticAI's ColorClone Announced - An AI Camera-Matching Plug-in for DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro

ColorClone is a plug-in from FilmaticAI that matches footage from different cameras. Its AI learning system ensures the program keeps learning and improving for better performance. The plug-in will be available for Davinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro. Let’s have a look at what it offers!

Sometimes we face a shooting that requires different camera models and brands – for example, if a production company hires filmmakers with their own gear, or if we need to use B-cameras like drones or smartphones to support our primary camera. Such projects usually need extra post-production work to match those cameras.

AI in the colorists’ workflow

Camera-matching software has been helping us for a while. Plug-ins like CineMatch are well-known among colorists, making the process easier and faster. However, typically operating on a shot-by-shot basis, these plug-ins still leave most of the tedious work to the colorist. 

What is new in AI-based software is that it keeps learning and improving its performance the more we use it. Not long ago, we talked about and its new NeuralToneAI tool, for example. 

Matching different cameras with ColorClone – Source: FilmaticAI

FilmaticAI’s ColorClone features

ColorClone uses an advanced algorithm that considers different factors, such as the mix of different light spectrums, exposure, camera angles, and sensor dynamics. 

FilmaticAI was founded by cinematographers Brian Nguyen and Ryan Emanuel, whose main goal is to help filmmakers stay in the creative process instead of wasting time overcoming technical limitations.

Following this idea, ColorClone’s functionality matches your footage from different cameras and enhances your workflow and speed. The idea is to avoid the tedious shot-by-shot matching process. The plug-in analyzes the shots considering characteristics like camera angles to save time and match all your footage.

FilmaticAI is also developing an extension for ColorClone that will allow users to create camera matches by shooting color cards and importing them into the learning algorithm. After that, the plug-in will create a 3D LUT automatically.

ColorClone in DaVinci Resolve – Source: FilmaticAI

These are some of the cameras and profiles currently available for matching:


Arri WideGamut3/Log C and ArriWideGamut4/LogC4.




  • Venice 1
  • Venice 2
  • FX3
  • FX6
  • FX9


Kodak Vision3

  • 500T 5219 Film Negative
  • 250D 5207 Film Negative


  • Komodo
  • V-Raptor


Future Additions

  • Blackmagic Pocket Series
  • Panasonic GH Series
  • Canon C Series

ColorClone availability

ColorClone is still under development for DaVinci Resolve and Premiere Pro. As with much of the new AI-based software, I’m sure we’ll see updates to the first version soon. You can subscribe to FilmaticAI to stay tuned with news like new content and updates here.

What do you think about AI-based software for filmmakers? Is this something you look forward to using? Let us know in the comments below!


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