Would you like to get a film look in your videos in just a few clicks?
Today’s video Color grading using a film emulation tool called Dehancer.
It’s a plug-in for DaVinci Resolve, Premier or Final Cut.
What is a plug-in?
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DEHACER PRO – FILM LOOK:
Firstly, we’re gonna typy DEHANCER and drop it.
You can see all the tools available and let me show you my favorites.
We have input and first step is source, for example REC 709 etc but if you have a specific camera you can choose your camera in vendor which in my case is Canon R6 and format C-Log 3 Colour Gamut.
These are essentially your film stocks that you would shoot on; We have Kodak Portra 400, Kodak Supra 100, different kinds of Fujifilm and one of my favorite though is Cinestill 800T.
Let’s jump to Film Grain: When you press enable in this effect, you will get this film grain emulation. check the scopes to see how it affects your footage.
it’s essentially when the red channels reflect back through the film. When you press Mask Mode, you can appreciate all red channels affecting your footage.
They have different kinds, more intensive or more soft light.
It’s a slight blooming that you can see very much in the highlights here, look at this example. You have different controls and also different profiles.
As you can see in this video, Dehancer is a powerful tool for your color grading, you can get a really nice film look in just a few clicks, this is absolutely amazing.
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Sweet, that’s all for today.
Thank you so much for watching and I will see you in the next one!