Filmconvert update adds support for DaVinci Resolve, 64bit & FS100 / FS700 / BMPC

November 5th, 2013
Filmconvert update adds support for DaVinci Resolve, 64bit & FS100 / FS700 / BMPC

ae_plugFilmconvert is a great software that transforms your digital footage into an accurate organic film equivalent by using subtle shifts in color and contrast, specialized for each individual digital camera. The approach is very effective and gives your footage the extra touch it often requires and the app is simple to use. Here’s another major update that adds support for additional cameras and integration in DaVinci Resolve.

Filmconvert already works with a lot of important cameras. With the continued feedback from us and other users the people from Rubbermonkey are hard at work to make this tool ever greater.
Arri Alexa, blackmagic cinema camera, Blackmagic Pocket Camera, Canon 5D Mk II, Canon 5D Mk III, Canon 6D, Canon 550D / T2i, Canon , 00D / T3i, Canon 7D / 60D, Canon C100, Canon C300, Canon XF300, GoPro Hero, Nikon D800, Nikon D7000, Panasonic GH2, Panasonic GH3, RED one, RED one MX, RED EPIC / Scarlet, Sony EX3 , EX1, Sony FS700 / FS100.

Other new features of the standalone version:
• New Preset Manager – Name and manage presets
• New Quicktime Render Engine – More stability for OSX 10.8 and
• 64 Bit Version – Installs alongside the 32 bit version for OSX 10.8 and above
• Support for Sony FS700/100 and BlackMagic Pocket Camera

cinema5D readers can benefit from the price reduction as seen below:

davinci_filmconvertVery nice for post houses and people using DaVinci Resolve is the new OFX plugin version. This can be purchased separately and is a free upgrade to all bundle owners. (Works for Resolve Lite as well)

There are also some enhancements to the After Effects / Premiere Plugin:
• 3 Way Color Corrector
• Saturation Slider
• Levels Graph
• Hardware Acceleration

Seems like we’re still missing the separate second monitor window for better full screen color correction. I guess we’ll still have to be waiting for that.
Please let us know in the comments which features you would like to see. The developers of filmconvert have an open ear for feedback and we’ll forward it to them.


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GuestJanuary 3rd, 2014

be nice if worked with RAW, that way you don’t have to defeat the whole purpose of raw.

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