CineGrain – replicate the look of film on your HDSLR footage

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The good folks at CineGrain have sent us a set of their film grain effects for review, but we thought we'd give you a taste of what they can do before we have the review in a few weeks.

Some samples

CineGrain // Film Scans

Backyard with a 5D // CineGrain

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About CineGrain

From CineGrain's website.

Turn Digital into Film

Using REAL Film Scans

Add Any Major Film Stock to Your Footage

Filmed With 35mm, 16mm, And Super 8 Cameras

Works With Editing, Visual Effects, And Coloring Systems

Hundreds Of Film Clips Organized Into 8 Categories

For Use Over Any Digital Content

Resolutions up to 4K

Flash Frames, Light Leaks, Lens Flares, Roll Outs, Dirt & Scratches, Head & Tail Leader, Bad Registration, Hand-Crank, Full Gate With Keycode, And Many More Film Artifacts

Colored And Transfered Specifically For Composite Mode “Overlay”

The Highest Quality Film Look and Grain Solution Available

35mm | 16mm | Super 8mm | Dirt & Scratches | Flash Frames | Head & Tail Leader | Looks | Specialty Lens Flares | Splices

Blogger's Disclaimer: CineGrain has sent us a set of their plugins for review, but we would have posted this anyway even without that… we love finding new stuff to share – let us know about your product

(cover photo credit: snap from the video)

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Comments

  1. Pingback: CineGrain: For When You Want Your DSLR Footage to Look Like (Grainy) Film - NoFilmSchool

  2. wow! it’s an exciting time to be an indie filmmaker. downloading their sample clips now

  3. Bought the drive on Friday, already got it. Looks amazing, the perfect Mojo

  4. Yesterday Color Grading Central released an update to their CineLook plugin for FCPX that allows you to add real 35mm film grain to your footage, from within the application (no need to composite footage in the timeline). It’s pretty slick, and you can either get the stand-alone plugin for $69 or a combined plugin that adds filmic looks controls (vignette, 2.35:1 masking, etc) for $99.

    I’ve posted a review with some sample footage here: www.danmccomb.com/posts/1339/cinelook-fcpx-plugin-adds-real-film-grain/

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