Color correction, finishing and film looks for filmmakers
Magic Bullet Suite is a set of seven tools that bring intuitive,
real time color correction, and beyond, right to your editorial timeline.
Magic Bullet Suite is a set of 7 tools that, together, bring intuitive, powerful color correction, and beyond, right to your editorial timeline. Use the tools available here to learn how to utilize what Magic Bullet Suite has to offer.
Director Leo Hageman takes you behind the scenes of SPIN, his Red Giant Film Team Experiment.
Director Stu Maschwitz shows you how to use Colorista IV’s highlight tools to give your footage more contrast and brightness, without blowing out the brightest areas. This is especially useful when you need to boost the luminance of your subject when your background is already brightly lit.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to work with Log footage in Magic Bullet Looks, Colorista IV, and Mojo II.
Director Stu Maschwitz walks you through his color grading pipeline - a process that includes video denoising, color correction, and renoising with film grain.
Director Stu Maschwitz shows you how to get a cinematic faded hipster look, a balancing act of dropping contrast in the brightest and darkest color ranges, but preserving contrast in the mid ranges. This tutorial covers getting the same effect with both Magic Bullet Colorista IV and Magic Bullet Looks.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to save and organize your Looks Presets in Magic Bullet Looks 4.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to work with LUTs (Look Up Tables) in Magic Bullet Looks and Colorista IV.
Stu Maschwitz shows you how to work with the new Tool Presets in Magic Bullet Looks 4, and how to save your own presets for instant access to your most used settings.
Stu Maschwitz show you how to use Colorista IV's new Guided Color Correction to get a perfectly balanced shot.
Sit down with Stu Maschwitz, the creative mind behind Magic Bullet Suite, as he walks you through a professional color correction session. You'll learn how to use ColoristaIV to balance footage, to relight your foreground elements, to match footage across a timeline, and much more.