PRESS RELEASE: Magic Bullet Quick Looks Limited Selected for Adobe CS5
Special Registration Offer for Adobe After Effects CS5 and Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Users
San Francisco, CA, April 12, 2010 – Red Giant Software today announced a new agreement with Adobe that allows purchasers of Adobe® After Effects® CS5, Adobe Premiere® Pro CS5, Adobe Production® Premium CS5, or Adobe CS5 Master Collection to register with Adobe for a free copy of Magic Bullet Quick Looks Limited. With Magic Bullet Quick Looks Limited, users can set the mood of footage for everything from a wedding to the next Sundance original using the 20 free presets.
For additional information, visit http://www.redgiantsoftware.com/downloads/quick-looks-20/.
"Magic Bullet Quick Looks Limited offers our Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere Pro users a great way to quickly adjust the mood of their videos," said Michael Coleman, senior product manager for Adobe After Effects. "Magic Bullet is a great fit for our customers and will provide greater value to enhance their workflows.”
"Magic Bullet Quick Looks Limited are presets inspired by the look of feature films including The Matrix, Saving Private Ryan, and Traffic," Sean Safreed, Co-Owner and Director of Products at Red Giant Software. "It’s easy—choose a Look from the library, adjust a single strength control, and you’re done.”
About Red Giant Software
Red Giant Software LLC offers a vast range of visual effects plug-ins, with over 30 packages designed for Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Avid. The product line features industry-leading effects for designing realistic fire, rain, and water; adding popular looks; and creating perfect keys. Red Giant effects have enhanced feature films such as Angels & Demons, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and The Mummy 3, and added sparkle to cable and broadcast content from NBC Universal, Food Network, ESPN, Disney, CNN, Comedy Central, MTV, and TNT.
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(First posted on Monday, April 19, 2010 at 13:10 EDT)