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Pepijn Klijs
Grain advice
on Sep 25, 2012 at 8:10:04 pm

I am interested in buying a grain package to spice up some short films I'm grading that were shot on RED (2K). So far I am considering two options: Cinegrain (personal edition) and Crumblepop Grain35.

Is anyone able to give me some advice on these options? Like one more then the other?

I'll be happy to hear you!

Thanks

Editor/Colorist, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
http://www.pepijnklijs.nl


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Paul Provost
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 1:29:12 am

cinegrain is the real deal

http://www.4Kfinish.com | owner-colorist | Hollywood, CA


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Sascha Haber
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 6:16:32 am

Word

A slice of color...

Resolve 9.01 OSX 10.8.2

Colorist / Aerial footage nerd
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Chris Hall
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 4:18:37 pm

yep, cinegrain is pretty great. If you want a cheaper solution then rgrain also makes some very decent stuff for 1080p finishes only. Also look into downloading the RGB stills directly from Nuke's website and making your own grain based on the actual stocks. I've done it a number of times now and have gotten good results for VFX matches etc.

Chris Hall
Colorist - Basher Films
Pasadena, CA


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Craig Harris
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 5:51:24 pm

I also like what Craig Herring and the guys at Rubber Monkey are doing with their application Film Convert.


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Margus Voll
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 6:51:47 pm

or find shake on some old machine and render out different kodak stock grain on what resolution you want.

work like a charm.

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Margus

http://iconstudios.eu

DaVinci 9, OSX 10.7.4
MacPro 5.1 2x2,93 24GB
GTX 470 / Quadro 4000
Multibridge 2 Pro


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Pepijn Klijs
Re: Grain advice
on Sep 26, 2012 at 9:18:30 pm

Wow! Thanks for the many replies!

Seems like I got a lot more options to explore.

Thanks

Editor/Colorist, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
http://www.pepijnklijs.nl


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