The recommended incremental update incorporates improvements and bug fixes to the company’s key VFX toolset for After Effects; now available for all Red Giant Complete and Maxon One subscribers.
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Now available, the latest version includes new stylize tools Electrify, Texturize Motion, and Analog, Support for Metal, and 200+ new presets for Array Gun and Typographic; other Maxon updates include Redshift with support for OpenColorO, streamlined new Maxon App, and fixes and optimization of FX Suite and Cinema 4D S24.
Moving away from videography during the pandemic, members of the company’s inhouse creative group embraced new digital tools, including After Effects, to produce captivating video content that often provided fans their first visual representation of a new song.
Artist Yemi Faleti used Premiere Pro with Boris FX’s Sapphire and Red Giant’s VFX suite to produce the rapid cuts and melting colors in his CG piece for Universal Music Group’s °1824 division.
This year’s first free showcase will include feature presentations from expert motion graphic and VFX artists; all events will be livestreamed on 3D & Motion Design Show website and the Maxon YouTube channel.
Deal cements company’s commitment to the local market, providing users with additional resources and creative tools.
Red Giant tools and Adobe After Effects help bring to life 9-year-old Eva Worley and dad Seth’s epic tale of a Jurassic struggle over ‘What’s for dinner?’; Emmy Award-winning Tony Hale lends his voice in a cameo appearance.
Dan ‘Hashi’ Hashimoto’s step-by-step video uses Maxon and Red Giant tools, along with After Effects, to produce stunning animation and VFX like that used in the film.
New release adds to collection of keying, tracking, cleanup, and visual effects compositing tools new feature to match any lens distortion.
Platform provides up-to-date versions of Red Giant’s motion graphics, VFX and filmmaking software suites.
Maker of Cinema 4D will join forces with software company behind VFX tools like Trapcode and Magic Bullet as part of the Nemetschek Group’s media and entertainment division.
Independent VFX artist and director Jean-Marie Marbach pushes motion graphics to new heights with his award-winning music video made entirely with Adobe After Effects and Red Giant’s Trapcode Suite.
Jean-Marie Marbach’s abstract short, inspired by Visual Music and made entirely with Trapcode Suite, takes top prize at annual showcase for excellence in computer animation.
Made entirely using Red Giant’s Trapcode Suite, the popular Adobe After Effects plugins for motion graphics and custom AE scripting, ‘L’oiseau qui danse’ is an homage to the abstract animation style of Visual Music.
Free A/V syncing tool update provides EDIUS Pro support, a new music video workflow, support for GoPro spanning media, batch clip deletion, and the ability to turn off automatic drift-correction.
New release includes four brand-new plugins and updates to 29 GPU-accelerated effects and transitions with even more new tools and updates for editors and motion graphics artists.
PluralEyes v4.0 audio/video syncing software for any non-linear editor allows users to sync directly in Adobe Premiere Pro without leaving the host-app with more automation than ever before.
Action-packed short film written and directed by Seth Worley showcases masterful visual effects and post-production completed with the help of Red Giant Trapcode Suite, Magic Bullet Suite, Keying Suite and more.
New release includes major upgrades to Trapcode Particular, Shine and Mir, new effects builder for visually designing particle systems, and brand-new plug-in Trapcode Tao for generating 3D ribbons and geometric shapes.
Online filmmaking superstars from Red Giant Films, Triune Films and Corridor Digital team up at the NAB Show for ‘Breaking the Hollywood Mold,’ moderated by Adobe’s Dave Werner.
Designed for organizations with multiple artists, workstations and facilities, new program features easy-to-manage floating license model for world-class motion graphics and visual effects plug-ins.
Short film narrated by Patton Oswalt is chock-full of visual effects both obvious and subtle, all powered by Red Giant technology.