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Is this plug-in usable in PowerDirector 17?
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Quote Is this plug-in usable in PowerDirector 17?


Is it listed as being compatible? Isn't it more of a modifier for plug-ins?

Why do you need it?

For best result, tell us more.

Put as much time into your question as you expect the person replying to spend providing the answer.

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Is it listed as being compatible? Isn't it more of a modifier for plug-ins?

Why do you need it?

For best result, tell us more.

Put as much time into your question as you expect the person replying to spend providing the answer.


FIlmConvert is a Film Emulation plug-in. It is designed to emulate the color and grain of popular film stocks from Kodak and Fuji.
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...and ?

For a reasonable answer with your minimum input , contact Tech Service @ Cyberlink or OFX.

Remember this is a users group and perhaps no one has needed to use it yet.

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Quote FIlmConvert is a Film Emulation plug-in. It is designed to emulate the color and grain of popular film stocks from Kodak and Fuji.

You haven't told us which version of PD you have, and different packages come with different effects.

There is a standard effect called Fine Noise that's included with every package, and some PD versions will also have BorisFX Film Style, which has several FX that may accomplish your goal.
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You haven't told us which version of PD you have, and different packages come with different effects.

There is a standard effect called Fine Noise that's included with every package, and some PD versions will also have BorisFX Film Style, which has several FX that may accomplish your goal.


I'm using PD17. and yes I've tried the Fine Noise effect but it doesn't work. I've been using several LUTs which work pretty well, but I was curious if anyone has used the FilmConvert product here. Thank you all.
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Quote I'm using PD17. and yes I've tried the Fine Noise effect but it doesn't work. I've been using several LUTs which work pretty well, but I was curious if anyone has used the FilmConvert product here. Thank you all.

If you don't have BorisFX, you may want to look at Pixelan's CreativEase plug-in, which includes GrainPlus
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