San Francisco, Calif. - Red Giant Software, publisher of a line of professional digital video tools, including Knoll Light Factory and Trapcode, has released Magic Bullet Looks 1.1 with new support for Sony Vegas 8.
Magic Bullet Looks helps to set the mood for everything from a wedding to the next Sundance original. Support is available for After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, Motion, and now Sony Vegas.
Magic Bullet Looks also includes the standalone Magic Bullet LooksBuilder, for pre-visualizing looks on set or anywhere. Portable presets load into any editing hosts, so the same Looks you create on set are the ones you finish with in the editorial suite: no need for an expensive finishing system.
New in Version 1.1 are: added plug-in support for Sony Vegas 8, and floating point rendering support for Vegas that produces high-quality cinematic results.
Magic Bullet Looks includes: a plug-in for Adobe After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, Motion, and Vegas; a standalone LooksBuilder application that runs on laptops for Looks generation anywhere; and Magic Bullet Misfire that adds film damage such as dust and scratches to artificially age a film.
Magic Bullet Looks is available for $399. Existing Magic Bullet Editors or Magic Bullet Suite customers can upgrade to Magic Bullet Looks for $99. Current Magic Bullet Looks users qualify for a free version of Magic Bullet Looks 1.1, which adds Sony Vegas support.