Boujou Bullet PXC offers scaled down image support functions, but includes many of the same features found in Boujou Bullet 2 – priced at $2,500 - including automated tracking, matchmoving and a comprehensive help and diagnostic system, all for just $399.
“This is an unbeatable offer for amateur filmmakers, students, schools or anyone interested in adding the art of matchmoving to their skill set,” says Alex Lindsay, founder/chief architect for Pixel Corps. “Boujou Bullet PXC is extremely easy to use – literally four clicks and hit ‘OK.’ This ease of use combined with the affordable pricing and informative guidance from the Pixel Corps will allow users to track their shots easily without crushing their wallets.”
“The Pixel Corps is an excellent resource for artists working in today’s competitive and fast paced digital media marketplace," notes Steve Hill, product manager for 2d3. "Combining the Pixel Corps training, real-world production experience and member support with the automation and functionality, Boujou Bullet PXC makes it possible for anyone to master the process of matchmoving."
Image size within Boujou Bullet PXC is limited to standard definition and does not allow users to track anything over 800x600. It is compatible with Autodesk Maya, NewTek LightWave, Maxon Cinema 4D, Autodesk 3DS Max, Softimage|XSI, Adobe After Effects and Apple Shake and supports Beta, DV and PAL formats.