Give your footage chemistry. Magic Bullet Film gives your digital footage the look of real film by emulating the entire photochemical process – from the original film negative, to color grading, and finally to the print stock – all in real time.
Magic Bullet Film includes 22 negative stocks and 4 print stocks, giving you 88 possible cinematic combinations.
The digital stocks in Magic Bullet Film are based on real film and the real color grading experience of an industry expert.
Old/New – Give any film stock a vintage color treatment, or push the colors into a more modern grade
Film Grain – Real film has real texture. Film includes accurate, measured film grain to complete the look
Vignettes – Film includes a fool-proof vignette tool that always feels natural and in-camera
Magic Bullet Film runs in a variety of host applications. Each purchase and serial number allows the owner to use the product on more than one host application but only on a single computer at any one time. Except where noted, the features are the same in all systems and host applications.
Adobe After Effects CC 2018, CC(2017), CC(2015.3), CC (2015), CC (2014)
Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018, CC(2017), CC(2015.3), CC (2015), CC (2014)
Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.2.3 and up
Apple Motion 5.2.3 and up
Magix Vegas Pro 14
Davinci Resolve 12.5
HitFilm Pro 2017
Please ensure that the host version is compatible with your operating system. Check with your application provider for specifics.
A LUT, or Look Up Table, is used in the film industry as an easy method of color grading. It’s an array of numbers to control the color of an image, by mapping one color space to another. Simple enough at the surface, but here’s more than you probably want to know about LUTs.
Stu Maschwitz, Creative Director for Red Giant’s Magic Bullet line, has made many walkthrough tutorials on the new Magic Bullet Suite 13. Here he goes a bit more in depth on several different features.