News: Boris FX Announces Boris RED Version 5
New Support for Adobe CS5 and 64-bit Operating Systems, 30+ New Filters
(Marlborough, Massachusetts--June 2, 2010) Boris FX, the leading developer of integrated effects technology for video and film, today announced Boris RED Version 5. Boris RED is an integrated 3D compositing, titling, and effects application designed for Adobe, Apple, Avid, Grass Valley, Media 100, and Sony video editing software.
Boris RED 5 introduces support for 64-bit applications such as Adobe CS5 and Sony Vegas 9, adds 30+ new filters, and provides a score of new user interface and workflow enhancements including ergonomic panels, a curve editor, and a spreadsheet-style keyframe editor window.
“Boris RED Version 5 brings RED’s award-wining 3D compositing, titling, and effects capabilities to 64-bit video editing applications,” commented Boris Yamnitsky, president and founder, Boris FX. “30+ new filters cover many common post-production tasks including 3-way color grading, the ability to uprez SD video to HD, video noise reduction, and a range of image restoration tools.”
Boris RED 5 New Feature Highlights
Pricing and Availability
Boris RED 5 will be available in Q3 2010 for an MSRP of $995 USD. Owners of previous versions of Boris RED may upgrade for an MSRP of $295 USD. Customers who purchase Boris RED 4.3 as of June 2, 2010 will be eligible to receive a free upgrade to Boris RED 5.
About Boris FX
Founded in 1995, Boris FX is the leading developer of integrated graphics and effects technology, delivering 3D compositing and vector graphic products for broadcast, post-production, film, and multimedia. Boris products have grown to serve millions of artists worldwide. The company's success lies in its ability to integrate and leverage technologies through strong partnerships with industry-leading developers such as Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Avid, Grass Valley, and Sony. http://www.borisfx.com
Will this version fix Red from corrupting FCP Timelines when you add an effect from the effect pallet in FCP?
I have used current versions of Red w. FCP for years and never ran into that problem. Is it common?
TnT Video Services, Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Along with having done this a few times in the past, I have tried reproducing this today and yesterday and I did not come across this problem. I tried numerous approaches and various post-application nuances to the timeline and project, and the problem did not occur on my end. If something like this does occur with you as well, please let me know.