|Nattress – Film Effects Version 2.5.1
Graeme has done an excellent job of meeting Final Cut Pro users needs with a great plugin set at a truly affordable price. The Film Effects set competes with Magic Bullet at a fraction of the cost.
We were very pleased with the results we were able to achieve, giving that video look an expensive film-like look that made the viewer feel more like they had escaped to a story being told as opposed to the in your face 6 o’clock news, “reality tv” video look you typically get with a DV camera. People will soon be asking, “Hey, whaddya shoot this on?” These filters are absolutely perfect to apply to an entire sequence once a project is completed, for that fine polished look.
It’s not just the color enhancing, it’s the 24P film feel you get with the plug-in. The motion is subtle, but definitely takes away the video feel. We also like the optional vignette for really focusing the viewers attention. Very cool. A must for any Final Cut Pro user.
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“I have been a TV producer and f/x specialist for a decade. I stopped shooting on 35 and 16 mm film for my larger shows years ago do to obvious financial reasons but have never been happy with the various film look alternatives.
Since we purchased your film look package, everybody here who uses it is delighted with it. Ease of use, integration in final cut pro, and the look. (I would have paid a lot more for it had I known how nice it was).
We will absolutely look into your other products and recommend you to everybody we deal with.”
“I just wanted you to know that I used Film Effects on a local commercial recently. I was very pleased with the results. I was told that it looked like a national ad.”
“The G Film filters are unbelievable. spent some time with them yesterday,
“And Graeme’s Film look filters are truly incredible, (high praise coming from a film-look total skeptic) especially at $100. I tried FilmFX ($500) and Magic Bullet (forget how much but expensive and SO slow) and G Film kicks all their butts, IMHO. Plus it seems to render faster than all the others, and the manual is great, with such helpful tips as ‘apply G Film before other filters for faster rendering’ ”
“one of the best written overviews of film and video ever in the manual.”
Chris Poisson – FishEyeEdit
“I’ll second that you need to look at Graeme’s Film Effects plug-ins. I just used them on a project and it really worked great. It comes with a variety of presets which are great by themselves, but also good starting points to make minor changes as you may require.”