What products are included in Magic Bullet Suite 11?
Magic Bullet Suite 11 includes nine products from the Magic Bullet product line.
What is the difference between Magic Bullet Suite 10 and 11?
Magic Bullet Suite 11 includes four new products: Cosmo, Grinder 1.5, Looks 2 and Denoiser II. All Magic Bullet products are now compatible with Adobe CS5/CS5.5 and support 64-bit processing.
Has the price for Magic Bullet Suite 11 increased?
Despite many additions and enhancements, we are proud to say that our Suite pricing has not changed from Magic Bullet Suite 2009.x. The full Magic Bullet Suite 11 is priced at $799, and you can upgrade for as low as $199. Get pricing here.
I have several Magic Bullet plug-ins, but not all. Can I upgrade to the Suite?
Yes! If you own Magic Bullet Looks 2, OR Magic Bullet Looks 1, OR any other two Magic Bullet products, you can upgrade to the entire Suite for only $399. Get details here.
I have an older version of Magic Bullet Suite. Can I upgrade to version 11?
Yes! There is special upgrade pricing for customers who have Magic Bullet Suite 2009, or Magic Bullet Suite 10, or Magic Bullet Suite 1.x-2.x. Get pricing here.
Is Magic Bullet Suite 11 available with an academic discount?
Yes, Magic Bullet Suite 11 is eligible for our standard academic discount of 50% for students, faculty and non-profit organizations. Get qualifying details here.
What applications are supported by Magic Bullet Suite 11?
Magic Bullet products run in a variety of host applications. Most products in the Suite support After Effects and Final Cut Pro. Other products also support hosts like Avid and FCP X, and PhotoLooks supports Photoshop. Please refer to the Suite’s Compatibility Page for complete host application and operating system requirements.
What is the benefit of upgrading to Adobe CS5 compatible plug-ins?
The main benefit of the CS5 update is improved performance. Our 64-bit plug-ins can access all the memory on your system. Combined with the increased speed of the new versions of After Effects and Premiere Pro, you will see significant speed gains from our Adobe CS5 updates (depending on your system and graphics card). To learn more, read our Red Room blog post about Red Giant and 64-bit.
Why was Magic Bullet Denoiser replaced with Denoiser II?
In March 2011, Google acquired a technology company called Green Parrot Pictures, which was our development partner on the original Denoiser. Because of this acquisition, Red Giant could not distribute Denoiser after December 2011. The Red Giant team began developing Denoiser II when the acquisition was announced, and we released the new, improved Denoiser II in early 2012. Read our Denoiser FAQs for more information.
Why was Magic Bullet Steady removed from the Suite?
Our goal at Red Giant is to offer unique products that are the best of breed in their respective category and are of a high value. If any of our products do not meet this criteria, we either add new features or consider discontinuing them. Since the release of Magic Bullet Steady in 2008, stabilizing technology has been added to most host applications. Based on the availability of new products like ProDad Mercalli, we decided that Steady no longer met our criteria. The product was discontinued and removed from our product catalog in 2010, and has not been redeveloped for Adobe CS5 or 64-bit systems.