Part I: The State of HDR Film Emulation LUTs

Part II: Moving Beyond Traditional Film Print Emulation

Part III: CineD Review of Dehancer Pro

Part IV: Dehancer Print Film Profiles

What’s new in Dehancer 5.0.0?

DEHANCER PRO

* Print profiles with Target White setting
* Kodak Vision 2383 Color Print Film profile
* Kodak Professional Endura Glossy Color paper profile
* Cineon Film Log support
* DVR WG/Rec.709 source input
* Source white balance (Temperature and Tint compensation)
* Optimizations

DEHANCER LITE

* Source white balance (Temperature and Tint compensation)
* Optimizations

What’s new in Dehancer 5.0.0 Beta 10?

DEHANCER PRO

* New print media engine
* Luts export fixed
* Colors inversion bug in ACES fixed
* Cineon Film Log input/print black screen is not reproducible
* Optimizations

Before/after Konica Centuria 100 DNP + Kodak 2383 Print Film Emulation

Of all the improvements ushered in with the Dehancer OFX 5.0.0 update, none are more exciting than the ability to “print” on the print film Kodak Vision 2383 profile. With this update, Dehancer also acquires Printer Lights functionality using the Color Head for the very first time. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to rapidly balance color with any combination of film negative stock and Kodak 2383. If you first follow these easy steps to enable previewing HDR content directly via the Resolve viewer, these operations can be carried out directly on a Mac, followed by finishing on an external HDR display. The screen grabs are a dim representation of what we’re seeing on our MacBook Pro. It goes without saying that with DaVinci Resolve and Dehancer, there are myriad ways to accomplish the same goal and that this workflow just provides a starting point.

Applying a film stock and print film profile like Kodak Vision 2383 is the easiest way to go from a digital looking image to a film look. Nonetheless, it would be better still if the plugin took into account the color response of the a7s III.

Part I: The State of HDR Film Emulation LUTs

Part II: Moving Beyond Traditional Film Print Emulation

Part III: CineD Review of Dehancer Pro

Part IV: Dehancer Print Film Profiles

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