The professional film simulation tool Dehancer Pro (macOS/Windows) in the form of the OFX plugin for DaVinci Resolve not only becomes up to twice as fast on many graphics cards as well as Apple&s M1 Silicon through the latest update 5.1.0, but now also supports CUDA 11 on different GPU architectures such as Nvidia&s Pascal, Volta, Pascal, Turing and Ampere.
This is very good news, the simulation of a film look using different parameters such as film grain, color contrast, among others, and using Dehancer Pro is extremely computationally intensive. However, no update is yet available for the Adobe plugin version for Photoshop and Lightroom Classic.
Dehancer Pro includes camera profile input functions, Cineon Film Log support, 62 film profiles, film grain, bloom, halation, vignette, false color, a LUT generator, and ACES and DVR WG support, among others.
Here&s our review of Dehancer Pro and our workshop: simulate film grain in Resolve with your own photo emulsions.
Dehancer OFX 5.1.0
- Up to 2× FPS with various GPUs, including the new Apple Silicons.
- Memory optimizations for Metal and CUDA
- Ported to CUDA 11 with support for various architectures: Pascal, Volta, Pascal, Turing, Ampere, etc.
- OFX interactions optimized
- Minor fixes
For owners of a license the update is free. Those who want to test Dehancer Pro can do so by means of a 2-week trial version - however, a high-performance GPU from AMD or Nvidia is required, Intel&s integrated GPUs are not recommended. By means of the Dehancer Benchmarks, you can assess the performance of your system in comparison to the systems of other users.