June 12, 2007


The collaboration marks the first time Magic Bullet Colorista, a high-quality color correction plug-in application, can be used as the main color correction tool in Final Cut Pro. Coupled with Automatic Duck, all settings and color correction work can be seamlessly moved to an After Effects timeline. For users, this also means that moving to After Effects allows higher quality 10-bit RGB 4:4:4 finishing, as Final Cut Pro only handles 8-bit RGB rendering. Users moving content from Final Cut Pro to After Effects can also maintain full quality for finishing with Black Magic, AJA or Cineform 10-bit RGB SD, HD or 2K media.

Red Giant's Magic Bullet Colorista 1.0.1 is available for $199. Automatic Duck's Pro Import AE 4.0 is also available and is priced at $495.