fylm.ai 1.2.1 update adds support for the new Arri Alexa 35 LogC4 format.
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Today we are launching a completely redesigned collaboration and in-app messaging experience for better, faster and easier communication.
Using the fylm.ai Colour Match tool it is very easy to match between different types of shots. In this tutorial we will cover how to match digital to a film scan.
fylm.ai Magic Mode offers a structured and simplified way to colour grade your image from scratch with minimal effort, bridging the gap between technical and creative aspects of colour grading.
In this tutorial we will see how we can grade a still Raw file from Sony Alpha A7R III from scratch in fylm.ai using two different approaches – traditional and AI based.
fylm.ai 1.1.2 is an enhancement release which brings vast speed improvements to the app and projects loading. You should now see speed gains anywhere between 100-500% and even more in some cases.
fylm.ai 1.1.1 is an enhancement release which brings a vast speed improvements to the AI Colour Extract and Colour Match tools. They are now faster by anywhere between x5-x10 times.
Today we are launching a brand new experience in fylm.ai – Raw files development and debayering. This exciting new change will allow still photographers to start and complete their journey in fylm.ai and it opens up a whole new world of opportunities in the future to come.
fylm.ai 1.0.5 is an enhancement release which brings an important improvement to the AI Colour Extract tool. It is now more accurate and will produce better results under extreme conditions.
fylm.ai AI Colour Extract tool is an excellent and quick way to extract a colour grade from one image and apply it to another. It can be used for shot to shot matching and even camera matching but it is best used to extract a creative colour grade from a reference image.