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DxO releases FilmPack 4, with 65 new creative effects

By dpreview staff on Jun 5, 2013 at 13:00 GMT

DxO Labs has announced availability of FilmPack 4, the fourth version of its film-simulation software. FilmPack 4 adds 65 'even more aesthetically-pleasing renderings'. Available in two editions, Essential and Expert, a single DxO FilmPack 4 license can be used as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Aperture, and DxO Optics Pro, and as a standalone application for Mac and Windows.

Press Release

DxO FilmPack 4 analog film simulation software adds 65 new renderings and creative effects

Praised by professionals for the authenticity of its renderings, DxO FilmPack reinforces its reputation as the software of reference for creative photography. Special introductory discount through June 30, 2013.

June 5, 2013 – DxO Labs announces the immediate availability of DxO FilmPack 4, a major new version of its popular analog film simulation and creative effects software. DxO FilmPack 4 adds 65 even more aesthetically-pleasing renderings and stunning new effects to help photographers give their photos greater emotional impact as well as a unique style, whether in color or in black & white.

With DxO FilmPack 4, photographers can apply to their digital photos all the characteristic color, contrast, and grain of analog films that made photographic history, along with many original looks, filters, tonings, and visual effects — all of which can be infinitely combined and customized.

For legendary photographer Sebastião Salgado, “DxO FilmPack represents an indispensable step in my photographic process.” DxO FilmPack has allowed him to find an exact digital rendering of his beloved Kodak Tri-X film.

Available in two editions, Essential and Expert, a single DxO FilmPack 4 license can be used as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Aperture, and
DxO Optics Pro, and as a standalone application for Mac and Windows.

DxO FilmPack 4 is now available in DxO Labs’ online store (shop.dxo.com) and at photo resellers at a discount through June 30, 2013.

Faithfully-restored film quality

Thanks to DxO Labs’ exclusive calibration technologies, DxO FilmPack 4 offers a palette of faithfully-rendered analog film simulations with an unrivaled level of quality in the field.

To accurately reconstitute the characteristics of such traditional films as Kodak Ektachrome, Fuji Superia, and Agfa APX, DxO Labs adopted a scientific approach based on taking photos with analog films, having those films developed at highly-reputable professional laboratories — PICTO in France and Duggal in the United States — and following a rigorous digitization process.

This approach has resulted in the perfect restoration of the grain, color, contrast, and saturation of 60 legendary color and black & white films, with an authenticity that has been recognized by today’s greatest photographers.

65 original renderings and effects to bring out photographers’ artistic sense

Dominant colors, blur, pinhole, vignetting, and grain: each new DxO FilmPack 4 designer rendering is based on a careful calibration of grain intensity, contrast, and saturation of film, vignetting, and color filters to lend photos a unique atmosphere.

A new range of texture, light leak, blur vignetting, and unusual frame effects (Expert edition) allows photographers to give their photos an aged look, to draw attention to a subject, or even to use original photo borders to highlight their images.

Users can fully customize every film rendering and effect, offering countless possible combinations.

An even richer user experience

DxO FilmPack 4 provides even better handling, allowing users to more freely explore the wealth of available renderings and settings.

The controls panel has been entirely redesigned so as to give users even quicker access to the settings and effects that are specific to either color or black & white processing. A search engine and a “Favorites” feature have been added to let users directly access their preferred renderings. And a new “Snapshots” feature (Expert edition) lets users save and return to each step in their photo treatment process.

Availability and prices

DxO FilmPack 4 is available in the DxO Labs online store (shop.dxo.com) and at photo resellers at the following prices:

USD:

  • Essential Edition : $49 instead of $79
  • Expert Edition: $99 instead of $129

EUR:

  • Essential Edition : 49€ instead of 79€
  • Expert Edition: 99€ instead of 129€

(Suggested retail price, tax included)

GBP:

  • Essential Edition : £39 instead of £59
  • Expert Edition: £79 instead of £99

(Suggested retail prices, including VAT)

Photographers who purchased a DxO FilmPack 3 license on or after March 1, 2013 are entitled to a free upgrade to version 4. Other customers are entitled to a special discount on their upgrade directly from their client account, through June 30, 2013.

A fully-functional trial version of DxO FilmPack 4, good for one month, is available on the DxO Labs website (http://www.dxo.com/intl/photo/free_trial_version).

System requirements

  • PC: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Intel® Pentium® 4 processor or AMD® equivalent.
  • Mac: Mac OS® X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS® X 10.7 Lion, Mac OS® X 10.8 Mountain Lion and Mac Intel® processor.

Minimum of 2 GB of RAM and 400 MB available disk space.

About DxO Labs

DxO Labs develops image processing technologies. In addition to its DxO Optics Pro, DxO ViewPoint, and DxO FilmPack products for Mac and Windows, designed for serious and demanding photographers, the company also licenses diverse solutions for the principal actors in the imaging industry:

  • Embedded technologies for real-time image processing, destined for camera and cameraphone manufacturers;
  • Image quality evaluation and measurement tools, destined for specific imaging industries (e.g., camera module manufacturers, sensor vendors, and processor vendors) as well as for photography journalists and photo experts.

For more information, visit DxO Labs’ website at www.dxo.com

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Total comments: 62
Tripodman
By Tripodman (7 months ago)

FilmPack 4 gives some interesting effects but I don't know what their obsession with grain is all about Pan F was virtually grain free with high contrast hence its use for industrial and machined surfaces.
Like wise Koda & Ecta chrome had very little grain and the colours were subtle but not wishy washy leaning towards the red, Fuji chrome tended to lean towards the green none of the above traits are recreated by FilmPack so giving them the analogue names does not mean that's what you will get if you use them.

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noiretblanc-dpreview
By noiretblanc-dpreview (10 months ago)

FilmPack 3 Essential has some 21 b/w film, 22 colour slides and 10 colour negative emulations.

FilmPack 4 Essential has 13 b/w film, 16 colour slides and 6 colour negative emulations.

Isn't this upgrade a downgrade actually?

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LamarLamb
By LamarLamb (10 months ago)

I have DxO Film Pack 1 and have tried every new version. Although the looks are nice, for the film I've shot, none of the looks look much like the real film. I use the looks frequently though for the varied color pallets and tone curves, not because they look like a particular film. The grain simulation is nice though and appears to be close to the real thing. When I want film looks I just go buy some film for a few bucks a roll and shoot it. Much simpler. Some examples - http://www.lamarlamb.com/On-Film/Film-Blog/Film-vs-DxO-Film-Looks/27883418_ZVWD3J#!i=1240340980&k=BbtdDvc

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Anepo
By Anepo (10 months ago)

Why is all image editing software 10x more expensive than a triple A video game title? Photoshop, dxomark, aperture & many others.

How about an affordable one for the hobbyist in a bankrupt country?
After 2008 thats a big market now sadly.

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rjx
By rjx (10 months ago)

Imagine if the Bush Administration had not rushed and fooled the masses into believing Iraq had to be invaded, maybe our surplus wouldn't have been depleted.

There are free editing options available which are quite good actually.

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RobertSigmund
By RobertSigmund (10 months ago)

I have now bought the new version and must say: the new frame feature still lets a lot to be desired, at least if you run it from DxO. There are simply not enough tweaking possibilities, for example, film stock names, picture numbers, film border colour, film stripes, width and so on. It is only a beginning. That said: I still have to find a good frame software, and I have tried quite a few. Of course you can achieve everything with photoshop, but this is too much work, and I must get rid of Photoshop in the long run anyway. :-D

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Dimitris Servis
By Dimitris Servis (10 months ago)

Why would anyone want to simulate film?

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

I just love the way how analog film renders colours. And I love convenience of digital. So good emulation software just gives me both.

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rjx
By rjx (10 months ago)

Because it can look nice.

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Nuno Souto
By Nuno Souto (10 months ago)

So if film is such an inferior product, why waste time and $$$ making digital look like it?

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Dimitris Servis
By Dimitris Servis (10 months ago)

Good point. Let's all revert to Holgas.

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goloby
By goloby (10 months ago)

There's more to film than Holgas...

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Dimitris Servis
By Dimitris Servis (10 months ago)

goloby, sure there's more in film than Holgas. It is just an example why people "waste time and $$$ making digital look like it", which in fact is an inferior product. In other words, only the fact that someone wastes time and money on a lookalike does not make it a superior product.

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Nuno Souto
By Nuno Souto (10 months ago)

One example does not a rule make...

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hemiola
By hemiola (10 months ago)

If anybody from DxO is reading this, could you please make sure, once and for all, that all FilmPack features are available in Optics Pro?

Same thing happened when FilmPack 3 came out. The presets were only available when FilmPack was used as a standalone app, although it claimed it was fully functional as a plug-in. Then we had to wait until they finally created a patch for Optics Pro.
And even then only 'creative renderings' were imported, without advanced tweaking controls.

It's very annoying to have to process an image twice with 2 pieces of software, not to mention the fact that Optics Pro and FilmPack have some (but not complete) overlapping functionality.

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hemiola
By hemiola (10 months ago)

Just to be clear, I'm not suggesting FilmPack should be discontinued and/or merged with DxO Optics Pro. Having them as separate programs is fine. But when you claim FilmPack can be used as a plug-in in Optics Pro (and other programs) either do it properly, or don't do it at all.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello hemiola,

Actually, it's not a patch. The presets in DxO Optics Pro are managed differently than in DxO FilmPack. (as the workflow of the 2 applications are not the same)

In order to get all the 33 designer presets of DxO FilmPack 4 inside DxO Optics Pro interface, you would need to download them from this page :
http://www.dxo.com/intl/dxo-optics-pro-plugin
Then, you would need to import them from DxO Optics Pro interface.

Also, you mention that you couldn't find the advanced "tweaking controls". I must admit that I don't understand your point as you really should get 100% of DxO FilmPack controls inside DxO Optics Pro (and it was already the case for DxO FilmPack 3)

So, if you don't find them, there must be something wrong somewhere and I encourage you to explain it to our custoemr support. Here is a direct link if necessary:
http://dxo.com/intl/contact-us

Best,
Olivier

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J Parker
By J Parker (10 months ago)

DxO Film Pack is an awesome product. As with any program, the more you work with it and master it, the better the results. I no longer miss the Pentax K1000 film camera I used for over a decade. As with any product, our opinions will differ -- but if you actually print out your photos (not merely viewing them onscreen), you may be pleasantly surprised.

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

No. It's a total crap.
Because the result just doesn't look like film.

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crsantin
By crsantin (10 months ago)

The film sims are good, and can improve your digital images and save you time...they do NOT make your digital images look like film images. There is no way you are going to make that happen from a digital image. I've been using DxO film sims for a couple of years now. I like the product but don't have any illusions that these sims are a substitute for real film. For $40 I'll probably upgrade because there are a couple of sims that I really like and use regularly. If I want film images though, I use my film cameras.

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Paphios
By Paphios (10 months ago)

I agree very much with this statement. To me the DXO film pack is a way to apply a desired photographic "look" in raw editing. I have a medium format film camera and scanner if I really want the film impression. I don't use it much anymore. To me the real film magic is between the negative and the wet darkroom print and I no longer have that capability. To this old-timer, the film "looks" from DXO, however, are much more appealing than the more instagram looking stuff applied as lightroom presets.

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goloby
By goloby (10 months ago)

Or just shot film!!!
I have tried both earlier versions of Dxo Film Pack and current Nik Software and, as a film shooter, none came even close to the actual films. I used raw D90 files. I think it all boils down to 3 insurmountable things:
1. how can you create a plug-in that will make a D4 file and a D5000 file to look exactly the same. Only way to do that is to have different settings for different cameras and I have not seen that. And there are a few hundred digital cameras with raw capture. I would not even mention the others.
2. film captures light differently than digital. To mention a few differences: more tonality, wider dynamic range for professional films. For a digital sensor it is just not there to begin with.

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goloby
By goloby (10 months ago)

3. I'm sorry, but I never heard of those 2 labs. For E6 and C41 should be straight forward, but what about the scanning equipment. I use a V700 and it is crap compared to a Nikon 9000ED. And please do not say Fuji Frontier or Noritsu Koki, they are a joke next to the 9000ED, or an Imacon X5 in all fields except speed.

As plug-ins, both are great and do help create very nice images.

P.S. this was not a film vs digital rant, both are just too different to compare, I use both and love both

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LJ - Eljot
By LJ - Eljot (10 months ago)

"wider dynamic range for professional films" Do you really think so? Look at this: http://www.clarkvision.com/articles/dynamicrange2/index.html

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Nuno Souto
By Nuno Souto (10 months ago)

Ah yes, the clarckvision site: full of 10 year old information about 30yo film and 30yo scanning. Such a useful and modern reference...

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goloby
By goloby (10 months ago)

I might have a read at that site later, but I'll just say that I have overexposed by 3-4 stops Portra 400 and everything was there, pictures came out great. You might even underexpose it by 1 stops and still get beautiful results. Now try that with any digital. And when I mean overexpose I mean metering the scene with a Minolta ligt meter, incident reading and I do know how to use it.

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Nuno Souto
By Nuno Souto (10 months ago)

Ignore that site. Most if not all info there is based on dinosaur film, scanned with dinosaur scanners, using antediluvian technique designed to make digital look better. And most of the images are from very bad quality originals, taken with dubious equipment. No, a 50yo clunker loaded with Kodak Gold200 CANNOT take better photos than a modern film/lens/camera combo!!!
Scan it with a modern scanner, apply proper post-processing and outside of a 24MP dslr nothing gets anywhere near. Add-in the excellent dynamic range and the fact it handles over-exposure like no digital sensor can ever hope for and you got a good approximation of reality.
Using digital with filters to emulate the "colour handling" of film is basically ridiculous "touchy-feel" nonsense by pseudo nostalgics who never used quality film workflow to start with!

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Lea5
By Lea5 (10 months ago)

I think I will give it a try. I photograph a lot of human skin and anything that helps me to reduce hours of work and gives a satisfying result is more than welcome.

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Sannaborjeson
By Sannaborjeson (10 months ago)

In my own experience dxo is more joke than film simulation. Well... I would call it a great visual effects plugin but not the one for emulating analog film.

I think some film presets for lightroom do a better job (just have a look at samples with reallyniceimages.com or vsсо, both are good)

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

True.

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

love'em (reallyniceimages and vsсо)

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3793/8778124145_119bdfd303_o.jpg

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello Sanna,

thank you for your feedback,

Concerning the analog film renderings, what is very unique with DxO, compared to the other solutions you mention, is that we have calibrated the films very precisely in order to retreive the exact look in term of color, contrast, saturation, and of course, the most important ... the grain.

Also, if you are a RAW shooter and that you are trying to acheive the most exact renderings, you would need to use DxO FilmPack on raw files. There is a way to do it by having both DxO Optics Pro and DxO FilmPack. DxO Optics Pro would then automatically add all the palettes of DxO FilmPack directly in its own interface.

Don't hesitate to try DxO FilmPack 4 directly on your own images. You can download a 1 month free trial :
http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/dxo-filmpack/dxo-filmpack-form-en

Hope it helps
Best,
Olivier

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PenGun
By PenGun (10 months ago)

You add "grain" to a digital image. Really?

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Sannaborjeson
By Sannaborjeson (10 months ago)

Thanks Oliver.
I've already got DXO.
It's all good except picture.
In fact it doesn't do the job (for me at least), see the comparison:

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8560/8969797412_efe8422cbb_o.jpg

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

The same.
For me any picture after dxo still looks like filtered digital image. As simple as that.

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Denis of Whidbey Island
By Denis of Whidbey Island (10 months ago)

Gotta say that I hesitate to spend the money for an update from 3.2.3 now that I have Silver Efex Pro in the Nik suite.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello Denis,

I perfectly understand your point.

If you have a doubt, don't hesitate to try DxO FilmPack 4 directly on your own images to see what it can bring you in addition of what you are already experiencing with your other software.

You can download a 1 month free trial here:
http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/dxo-filmpack/dxo-filmpack-form-en

Best,
Olivier

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Anepo
By Anepo (10 months ago)

@oliver its just a shame thoug that someone who has never made a penny off photography (like me) cant afford any of the major editing softwares, and why not a penny?

In my country "photographer" is actually recognized as a job title that requires you to go to a university for several years to study photography.
and after those years tou get a license that allows you to work in the industry for money, me however? I did not even finish high school because of financial issues, why does editing software have to cost ten times more than some video games that take longer to develop? By that i mean for example photoshop, is there any difference between cs2 and cs3? I have never been able to tell on my friends pc, and my friend which has it on his pc mentioned one new feature. Is that worth a xxx$ price point? Is that not kind of like if world of warcraft would ask for 200$ after each update?

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CBuff
By CBuff (10 months ago)

May because tens of millions purchase a videogame, as compred with tens of thousands purchasing a specific image processing toolkit?

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Waterengineer
By Waterengineer (10 months ago)

My experience with DxO film pack is a joke.

I purchased Filmpack at Christmas 2012 and have been fighting with it to install properly on a CS5, Windows 7 64 bit machine since then.

I want to use it inside CS5 and it will only install as a stand alone.

I have gone back and forth with DxO for over five months now. They can't even tell me how to do it or provide a utility for it to install properly.

Topaz Labs and Nik software has installed easily and properly.

DxO, their people and their software are a joke. No way I would purchase Filmpack4 or any of their software for that matter.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello Waterengineer,

I'm sorry to hear what you experienced with the software. DxO is always trying to find solutions for the customers and our customer support team is quite responsive.

DxO FilmPack 3 & 4 are both compliant with CS5, Win 7 64 bits

Could you please give me the reference of your ticket exchange with the support team so I could have a check.

Also, please try the version 4, if it solves the problem that you were occuring, I encourage you to make a deal with the support team and I hope you will reconsider your thoughts about DxO.

Best,
Olivier

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DonDown
By DonDown (10 months ago)

Moreover, what they call film emulation is a joke too.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

DonDown,

I'm not sure to understand your point...

Concerning the analog film renderings, what is very unique with DxO is that we have calibrated the films very precisely in order to retreive the exact look in term of color, contrast, saturation, and of course, the most important ... the grain.

Also, if you are a RAW shooter and that you are trying to acheive the most exact renderings, you would need to use DxO FilmPack on raw files. There is a way to do it by having both DxO Optics Pro and DxO FilmPack. DxO Optics Pro would then automatically add all the palettes of DxO FilmPack directly in its own interface.

No sure if you have already try it yet... so don't hesitate to try DxO FilmPack 4 directly on your own images. You can download a 1 month free trial :
http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/dxo-filmpack/dxo-filmpack-form-en

Best,
Olivier

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Waterengineer
By Waterengineer (10 months ago)

Oliver:

There have been several claim tickets but here is one number for your reference: #15719. I have corresponded with at least three people within your organization.

What DxO needs is a script that will install the proper files in the Adobe>plug-ins subdirectory as Nik, AlienSkin and Topaz Labs have.

The reason I chose to buy DxO is because after testing I liked the feel of your film emulations the best of the packages commonly available.

I have two engineering degrees and have tried various ways of getting a plug-in install into CS5, including putting the files into the proper directory but hand. No dice it will not work. Works fine as a stand alone but that is not what I want - I want a simple work flow.

If I am having this much trouble, given my education and experience, imagine the difficulty other are having.

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PenGun
By PenGun (10 months ago)

My Fuji X-E1, which is still not supported, does this in the camera.

It's just a set of presets folks. It's how the JPEG is created from the RAW file. Although I can simulate film in my RAW extract, with the Fuji Silkypix software, it's just a useful starting point.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello PenGun,

DxO FilmPack 4 can handle any JPG or TIFF files from any camera body. I think that you made a misunderstanding with DxO Optics Pro, our RAW software which is of course camera specific.

DxO FilmPack is not "just a set of presets". We have calibrated the films very precisely in order to retreive the exact look in term of color, contrast, saturation, and grain... and not only the Fuji film looks. so I think that you could also discover some new ones with DxO FilmPack.

Please don't hesitate to try DxO FilmPack 4 directly on your own images so you can figure it out. You can download a 1 month free trial here:
http://www.dxo.com/intl/photography/dxo-filmpack/dxo-filmpack-form-en

Best,
Olviier

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PenGun
By PenGun (10 months ago)

It "is" a set of presets.

I have shot oodles of film over some 40 years and my last camera was a 4x5. I know rather too much about film and it's relationship to the digital domain. Having to bring my 35mm, 6x6 and 4x5 images into the digital domain so i could print them on my very fine Eppy 3800.

I do not need a film emulator in any case I have 10,000+ Fuji 50 slides and a rather large amount of many other film types under my bed.

All those images on film and the changes I made in films as time went by was to better reveal whatever it is I'm trying to do. They in no way define what I am up to. Just tools.

And really you add "grain"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_grain

I did not fight with tech pan for any grain effect I can tell you.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello to all,
Thank you for your comments.
You can also have a look behind the scene of DxO FilmPack on this page :
http://campaigns.dxo.com/filmpack/en/US/intro

Best,
Olivier

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Scott Nicol
By Scott Nicol (10 months ago)

long term DXO / filmpack user here - have downloaded and tried the new version and on the whole like the new effects and interface, certainly worth the upgrade fee for me. One criticism / suggestion re the frames - other plugins / tools have more options to vary things like the frame thickness - would be a useful addition in future updates (if only for the plain black / white frames). Also, when I saw film as a frame I was hoping to see the complete sprocket holes rather than just a hint at the edge - again the choice to adjust this to taste would be useful. But on the whole, nice.

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hello Scott,

Thank you for your feedback, I will transfer it to the product manager.

Have fun with DxO FilmPack
Best,
Olviier

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BingoCharlie
By BingoCharlie (10 months ago)

For anyone who's curious, existing 3.X Expert users can upgrade to 4.0 for $39 through their client account.

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Jan H
By Jan H (10 months ago)

i would like to buy dx0 as a successor for my CS5 but wonder if it also offers a feature like bridge. Ik don´t like the idea having al my photo´s (about 50.000) being imported in dx0 first.

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Paphios
By Paphios (10 months ago)

DXO uses an image browser which works with folders on your hard drive. There is no need to import as in Lightroom. It is usually DAM functions which require import and DXO doesn't have any such functions.

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Jan H
By Jan H (10 months ago)

Thanks, that's just what I want!

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Scorpius1
By Scorpius1 (10 months ago)

One thing I would have liked to see in this version was the ability to output to a new layer with the name of the effect on it like Nik does..,maybe in the next update... otherwise a no brainer plug in for me...

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Olivier from DxO Labs
By Olivier from DxO Labs (10 months ago)

Hi Scorpius1,

Thank you for your feedback, I will transfer it to the product manager.

Have fun with DxO FilmPack!
Best,
Olivier

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lap777
By lap777 (10 months ago)

Just upgraded to pro 4. I can't live without this software anymore, it's a permanent part of my workflow now ;)

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RobertSigmund
By RobertSigmund (10 months ago)

Of course I will upgrade. To all software producers: if you offer valuable upgrades at competitive prices, you will sell them well. No need of extortion attempts like the ones of Adobe.

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lap777
By lap777 (10 months ago)

Couldn't have said it better. I'm also a happy DxO customer. Poor Adobe...

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Scorpius1
By Scorpius1 (10 months ago)

One of my favourite plug-ins...

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Wolfphotography
By Wolfphotography (10 months ago)

Link does not work!

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Andy Westlake
By Andy Westlake (10 months ago)

Fixed, sorry about that.

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