Magic Bullet Quick Looks, Colour Editing Software for Film, Released
Magic Bullet Quick Looks, which is the light version of the full Magic Bullet Looks software, allows users to quickly give their footage different colour schemes. By selecting from one of over 100 preset colour styles users can give their film a different mood, change the lighting, or emulate a classic movie’s style without any fuss.
Quick looks also includes a feature that gives colour-scheme previews on the user’s images, allowing quick comparisons of the available colour options.
While Quick Looks doesn’t come with as many features as the full version of Looks, it allows film-makers an inexpensive way to give their films a professional colour scheme, and can be upgraded to the full version after purchase.
Having a good colour scheme can be the difference between a visually dull movie and professional looking one, but colour correction software often requires technical expertise and can come with a significant price tag . Magic Bullet Quick Looks seems like it offers film-makers a way to get a professional quality look without a steep learning curve or bank-breaking investment.
Magic Bullet Quick Looks is compatible with Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Avid Xpress, and is available for Windows and Mac for $99.