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CineMatch - new camera-matching solution from the makers of FilmConvert

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FilmConvert is launching our new plugin CineMatch, designed for all filmmakers working with footage from multiple camera sources.

CineMatch helps you quickly and easily match footage from over 50 different cameras and manufacturers, including Sony, Canon, Blackmagic Design, Panasonic, Nikon, RED, DJI, Arri and more.

CineMatch works as a plugin in Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve, and we're planning to expand support to FCPX in the coming months.

We'd love you to check out the free trial available at www.cinematch.com and gives us your feedback so we can continue to improve the matching tools and provide an even better experience for editors and color graders out there.

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