Full-featured film emulation plugin for Adobe Premiere (Mac only), Adobe After Effects (Mac only), Final Cut Pro X (Mac only). Also includes LUT files in .cube format for loading into LUT-capable cameras and field monitors.
Koji 2302 (black and white)
supported source formats:
Arri Log C
Sony FS Video
supported destination formats:
Adobe Premiere CS6+ (Mac)
Final Cut Pro X 10.1.4+(Mac)
Adobe After Effects CS6+ (Mac)
Koji Advance is designed to work with a wide variety of video formats, including DSLR, REDlogFilm, Arri Log C, BMDFilm, BMPC4KFilm, Sony SLog3, Canon C-Log, and Cineon.
As a full-featured software plugin, Koji Advance has many advantages or simple LUT files. We have built in a number of powerful color correction tools including an advance auto white balance, temp control, lift/gamma/gain, density, printer points, and advanced film grain taken from real 35mm negative stocks and applied adaptively.
Koji Advance takes care of most color space conversions for you. You can simply apply the Koji Advance plugin, refine your creative grade, and you are done. There is no need to figure out how to convert from your log format to Rec.709.
Koji Advance also includes a set of standard .cube and .3dl LUT files than can be loaded into LUT-capable cameras or field monitor. Loading the Koji LUTs in-camera helps to expose properly for the LUT you have chosen. Loading the LUTs into a field monitor allows you to preview the shot for a client in a way that looks more “finished” and impressive.
Koji Advance is designed to be a starting point for your own creative grade. Just like physical 35mm print stocks, Koji digital print stocks are a medium, not a finished “look”. Once you have applied Koji Advance, you will find that making subtle adjustments to the exposure, color, and film grain will allow you to craft your own look very quickly.
Koji Advance includes six 35mm motion picture film stocks. Each started out as physical print stock which was then carefully measured thousands of times and checked for accuracy. This information was then translated into a 3D LUT that could be applied to your digital footage.