The makers of analog look simulator FilmConvert and camera matching tool CineMatch have released new Camera Pack for iPhone 12 Pro. It allows to match its video footage to the typical look of other cameras.
FilmConvert is a tool to emulate the look of analog footage as much as possible and brings special profiles for many cameras (including the ARRI Alexa, BMCC, DJI drone cameras, Canon 5D MKIII/XF300/C70/R, GoPro Hero, Nikon D800/D7000/Z 6, Panasonic GH2/GH3/GH4, RED Epic, the Sony A7R MK3/EX3/EX1/F55/FS700, and now the iPhone 12 Pro) so that the desired look of a particular footage (such as Kodak Vision 3) can be achieved. Kodak Vision 3, for example) can be optimally simulated. These camera profiles, called Camera Packs, can be downloaded from the website and then used in FilmConvert.
Sensor Match in CineMatch
The tool CineMatch can convert footage from one log image style to another using the various camera profiles, thus matching footage from different cameras.
Thus SLog2/3, CLog, BRaw, V-Log/L, RED IPP2 and others can be matched and the correct REC.709 transformation can be applied with a click. In the next step, basic (color) settings can be made and then further refined via intelligent color picker.
From iPhone 12 Pro to ARRI Alexa.
In the following side-by-side comparison clip, the CineMatch team explores whether their tool can be used to make 10-bit HDR video footage from an iPhone 12 Pro look like that from an ARRI Alexa ( here more on the process):
40% off for CineMatch and FilmConvert.
Currently there are FilmConvert and CineMatch just at the um birthday price with 40% discount, so FilmConvert including the nitrate upgrade currently costs each (instead of ) for Adobe (After Effects and Premiere Pro) plugin, OFX plugin for DaVinci Resolve and FCP or for all three together. FilmConvert Pro costs as Avid Media Composer plugin and as Photoshop plugin, CineMatch for Adobe Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve plugin costs (a version for Final Cut Pro is in development). Except for the Photoshop plugin (macOS only), all other versions are available for both Windows and macOS.
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