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Red GiantFinding a good media management program is important if you want your production’s day-to-day operations to work efficiently. For those of you who have (or haven’t) been using Red Giant’s BulletProof for that, you’ll be happy to know that they released version 1.2 today. In the update, added camera support, including AVCHD and Canon XF formats, improvements in its footage backup and review tool, as well as integration with their automated audio/video sync program PluralEyes makes BulletProof a more robust and effective tool for managing your media. More »

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PE35_Pre-SyncEarlier in the month, Red Giant software introduced Universe, a new plugin platform that is also its own community. The biggest thing about Universe is that it is free to sign up, so you can get an idea of what it’s all about before committing any hard-earned cash. Now Red Giant is back with some updates to some of their most popular software, including PluralEyes, which is now integrated with BulletProof, and a new version of Magic Bullet Looks, which is now GPU accelerated and completely rebuilt on the Universe platform. More »

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red_giant-1280x720Once again, Red Giant has hit us up with another big 24-hour Year End Sale where everything in their store is 40% off — including academic pricing. So, now might be a good time to sink your teeth into one of Red Giant’s color grading or syncing applications (or an entire suite) by taking advantage of all the savings. Keep reading. We’ve got more info and a coupon code after the jump. More »

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bulletproofMedia management can be one of the more irritating facets of filmmaking, especially in the digital age. While various DIT tools exist for the purpose of transcoding, creation of proxies, LUT application, on-set grading, etc, many of the more effective solutions are way beyond our budgets. For the past several months, Red Giant’s BulletProof, a comprehensive suite of media management tools, has been in a public beta in order to work out the kinks in the software. Today, BulletProof 1.0 has finally been released into the filmmaking world. Check it out: More »

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Video thumbnail for vimeo video Red Giant BulletProof Media Management App Now Available in Public Beta - nofilmschoolAlmost two months ago, Red Giant announced BulletProof, a complete offload, prep, and delivery solution for camera footage. While the software was put through its paces with Spy vs. Guy (which premiered at NAB), the software is now finally open to the public in Beta form. Check out some videos below that explain how you can get started using BulletProof. More »

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It’s all well and good setting out to create a ‘proof-of-plugin’ short / commercial when you have flashy effects or color grade looks to show off, but if the product is more concerned with efficient workflow, then introducing an impressive invasion scene or futuristic weapon probably isn’t going to cut it. So how did Red Giant choose to showcase their offload, prep, and delivery solution BulletProof through the medium of film? Why, by creating Spy vs Guy, a live action Road Runner vs Wile E. Coyotesque film, steeped in cold war era skullduggery of course. Check out the hunt below. More »

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Continued coverage of NAB 2013 from FreshDV brings you a conversation from the Plugin Pavillion, where Red Giant discusses Bulletproof, their new tool for data management, and Digital Rebellion shows off their cloud workflow system Kollaborate: More »

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You might hear us talk a lot of about workflows and post-production pipelines, but really what we are talking about is organizing the camera files you get on-set, backing them up, organizing, transcoding, and applying basic color correction. Red Giant, who makes the Magic Bullet suite of programs, is introducing a brand new program called BulletProof that “bridges the gap between camera and editor.” Click through for more details. More »