DxO FilmPack
DxO FilmPack
5.5

4.1

DxO FilmPack free download for Mac

DxO FilmPack

5.5
23 January 2018

Add cinematic style to your photos.

Overview

DxO Film Pack lets you rediscover the magic of analog film. Give your digital photos greater emotional impact with this creative image-processing software.

Rediscover the style, the colors, and the grain of more than 80 legendary analog films, faithfully reconstituted thanks to DxO's exclusive calibration process. Combine many original renderings with filter, vignetting, blur, texture, frame, or light-leak effects to give your photos a unique look. It even allows you to preserve the quality of your digital images thanks to support for RAW format, benefitting from DxO's unsurpassed powerful processing.

Features
  • More than 120 styles, 80 of which are legendary
  • Creative styles such as frames, textures, light leaks, creative vignetting, and blur
  • Exceptional black-and-white conversion
  • Support for RAW, JPEG, and TIFF formats
  • Designer presets: a touch of madness for your images

What's new in DxO FilmPack

Version 5.5 (5.5.15):

Note: Although Finder indicates that this is version 5.5, the developer states that this is version 5.5.15.

  • Add of support of Photoshop CC 2018, Element 2018, and LR classic
  • Minor fix of uninstall icon on Mac
  • 12 new cameras supported:
    • Canon EOS M100
    • Canon EOS 6D Mark II
    • Canon EOS 200D / Rebel SL2 / Kiss X9
    • Canon EOS M6
    • Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II
    • DJI Phantom 4 PRO
    • DJI Mavic PRO
    • Nikon D850
    • Olympus OM-D E-M10 III
    • Olympus Tough TG-5
    • Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ82 / FZ80
    • Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX10 IV

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7 DxO FilmPack Reviews

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Essadee
11 January 2015

Most helpful

I can't suggest Similar apps that aren't listed here so briefly are alternatives I use and love: For Lightroom, I'm sure everyone knows the VSCO catalog's remarkable library of film effects ranging from Fuji Neopan to Kodachrome. They have everything you'd probably be looking for. In addition the Lightroom community is large enough that Github has dozens of repositories of freely available film emulsion looks for free. For standalone applications for round-tripping a RAW file via conversion to TIFF you can't beat Nik's Color Efex Pro's several film effects, or their monochrome toolkit Silver Efex Pro. Both are also outstanding.
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Version 5.0
Gestalt
03 July 2015
If you aren't in the Adobe ecosystem (VSCO plugins require Adobe apps to run, as near as I can tell), DxO Filmpack is an outstanding film emulation package. If you use DxO Optics Pro, the Filmpack adds these film emulation options to your RAW development workflow within Optics Pro. I personally use either Capture One Pro or DxO Optics Pro for RAW processing, and DxO Filmpack is a great addition to this. Also works well as a standalone app for adjusting photos and applying film effects, but doesn't support RAW like DxO Optics Pro, which gains additional features from both the Filmpack and ViewPoint packages.
Like (1)
Version 5.1
Essadee
10 June 2015
Compare this to VSCO Film and it's hard to not be disappointed in the DxO option.
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Version 5.1
1 answer(s)
WetNet
WetNet
28 July 2015
Still trolling the app? what a moron. Give up. Works for thousands of others. . . does not work for you. So sad too bad for moron like you. . .
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Essadee
11 January 2015
I can't suggest Similar apps that aren't listed here so briefly are alternatives I use and love: For Lightroom, I'm sure everyone knows the VSCO catalog's remarkable library of film effects ranging from Fuji Neopan to Kodachrome. They have everything you'd probably be looking for. In addition the Lightroom community is large enough that Github has dozens of repositories of freely available film emulsion looks for free. For standalone applications for round-tripping a RAW file via conversion to TIFF you can't beat Nik's Color Efex Pro's several film effects, or their monochrome toolkit Silver Efex Pro. Both are also outstanding.
Like
Version 5.0
Essadee
11 January 2015
I can't suggest Similar apps that aren't listed here so briefly are alternatives I use and love: For Lightroom, I'm sure everyone knows the VSCO catalog's remarkable library of film effects ranging from Fuji Neopan to Kodachrome. They have everything you'd probably be looking for. In addition the Lightroom community is large enough that Github has dozens of repositories of freely available film emulsion looks for free. For standalone applications for round-tripping a RAW file via conversion to TIFF you can't beat Nik's Color Efex Pro's several film effects, or their monochrome toolkit Silver Efex Pro. Both are also outstanding.
Like (1)
Version 5.0
1 answer(s)
WetNet
WetNet
13 January 2015
You really love trolling DxO, huh? AND even double posting. . .so sad. . .
Like (1)
Bento de Espinosa
20 February 2014
Very good!
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Version 4.5.1
siamlotus
08 June 2013
Big update to a great program if you like the "film" look to your photos.
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Version 4.0
siamlotus
11 March 2012
Nice software. Does Tri-X really well. This version crashes on a 2006 iMac running OS X 10.7.3. If anyone else is experiencing this just get it to open in 32 bit mode.
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Version 3.2
1 answer(s)
Marekjanci
Marekjanci
19 November 2014
I agree with siamlotus.

The trial version was the one I was using, and it crashed upon quit after using a B/W filter on a RGB Tiff image. Tiff was saved as a jpeg before it quit, and appears to be fine after the unexpected quit upon quitting.
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$79.00

4.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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