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Grain in Premiere Pro

Explorer ,
Mar 02, 2023 Mar 02, 2023

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Hey Premiere, I'd like to put some film grain on this video. 

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Is there any work being done to add film grain effects within Premiere without relying on third party plugins? Otherwise I think this is silly that this folder is titled "Noise & Grain" with only a very simple Noise filter available.

 

It would be great to have a more sophisticated grain filter with film presets for 8mm, 16mm and 35mm, like you see in Davinci Resolve.

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LEGEND ,
Mar 02, 2023 Mar 02, 2023

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You can always check the public beta version to see what's in 'open' development. You can have that installed and use it without problems for using the regular version also. And it would be good if more users did so, and then posted any issues on the Public Beta forum so we get 'cleaner' main releases.

 

As to whether or not we get this, I would hope so. But for now, something like the Maxon/Red Giant plugins or several others out there is needed.

 

Now, I do work with/for/teach pro colorists, and nearly every colorist I know has at least one if not three or four different film grain plugins/effects added to Resolve. Rather than use the Resolve ones.

 

I've been very disappointed at a couple of the older Pr noise/grain generator effects being stuffed in the Obsolete bin. As you could choose grain size, even if color/BW-only, that sort of thing. Much better to work with than the simple thing we have now.

 

Neil

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