Continuum Units - Film Style

Two Strip Color
11 May 2016

The BCC Two Strip Color filter simulates the look of vintage two strip or three strip film color processes. It allows for greater control over the mixing of color through additive and suptractive processes to simulate a look similar to Technicolor. The built in PixelChooser, with integrated mocha planar tracking allows...

11 May 2016

The BCC Deinterlace filter converts interlaced video clips into progressive-scan frames, such as footage shot on film. Deinterlace can render “simulated TeleCine” style by adding pulldown. This filter can also convert 29.97fps NTSC video into 24fps film-style frames. To learn more about this filter, and see a breakdown of the...

Film Damage
11 May 2016

The BCC Film Damage filter simulates the appearance of old film stock, allowing you to create a wide variate of age related damage. Among some of the features of the filter, you can add: Scratches Grain Particles Hair or Fibers Dirt Dust Water Spots BCC Film Damage also allows you...

Film Grain
11 May 2016

The BCC Film Grain filter generates an auto-animated noise effect designed to simulate the appearance of grain particles in the emulsion of movie or photo film. Built in filter parameters provide the ability to fine tune: Film Tinting Grain size Monochromatic or RGB grain amount The built in PixelChooser, with integrated...

Fast Film Process
11 May 2016

The BCC Fast Film Process filter is a 100% GPU accelerated version of the original BCC Film Process filter which uses OpenCL to deliver the same look and features as the original but with dramatically improved performance.  Fast Film Process allows you to give video footage the appearance of having...

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