Featuring 130 premium digital assets. The Collection includes authentic film grain, damage, transitions, burns, and LUTs.
Everything you need to recreate an iconic film look. Composite directly in Adobe Premiere, no plugins required.
A film library like no other. Featuring the highest quality elements curated by video editors, for video editors.
All grain emulsions from Cinema Film Grain are included. Shot on a variety of cinema stocks, to help you achieve a full range of film styles.
All elements from Retro Film Damage are included. Film scratches, discoloration, grunge, dirt and dust, gates, leader, and so much more.
Rapid fire transitions to add energy to your edit. Features 3 sets of styles: flares, grunge, and pre-roll.
Adobe Premiere is required as our products take advantage of its blend mode functionality. All video tutorials feature a step-by-step process based in Premiere.
Complete your film look with a collection of LUTs based on real film color. Also includes “isolated color” no curve copies for more grading control.
A comprehensive library of iconic cinema stocks. Each film stock has it’s own unique grain structure, coarseness, and tone.
Designed for those obsessed with details. Whether you want a little grain, a lot of grain, Cinema Film Grain will help you achieve the perfect look.
Composite a single element or mix multiple elements together. Create a variety of looks depending on which elements you choose and how you assemble.
See the difference. Film Composite looks real because it is real. Add real film elements to your video edit in a few easy steps.
Built for Adobe Premiere. Simply drag and drop directly in your Premiere timeline and composite with your digital shots in realtime. Stack, mix, and experiment to create your own unique look.
Transition magic. 40 transitions in 3 sets of styles: Flares, grunge, and pre-roll. Drag and drop directly into your Premiere timeline.
Feel the burn. 8 loopable film burn overlays in a variety of colors. Perfect for accenting shots or transitioning.
Featuring 24 film style grades in 4 categories: B&W, cinema, retro, and soft. Apply directly in Premiere using Lumetri.