I'm willing to bet anybody that has this program has already added it to almost everything they've done prior to having it... just to see what it will do. What I've noticed, is the great balance it adds. Whereas if you watch the original versions of these, Ive hyped certain tones.. Film Convert is essentially the magic button that throws the "sheen" on it.. (film look) I like the grain structure it provides in its subtlety. It's there, but like film, only if you blow it up to see it.. It blends perfectly for that final touch... However, if gritty and grainy is the aesthetic you're after, crank it up... It looks great. This is just a montage of 3 videos currently up on the page "with" Film Convert applied.
Sequence 1: (Carnival)
Generic SRGB, FJ SuperX 400, 35mm Academy, Film Color: 100%, Grain: 49%
Sequence 2: (Overcast)
Generic SRGB, Kodak VS 5207, 35mm Academy, Film Color: 100%, Grain: 41%
Sequence 3: (Jubilee -fireworks-)
Generic SRGB, FJ SuperX 400, 35mm Full Perf, Film Color: 100%, Grain: 41%
All shot on GH2, T2I
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