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Go Bag

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A spy fights for her life with the only weapon available: a stranger’s carry-on bag.

Getting Started with Red Giant BulletProof

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In this tutorial, Simon Walker takes you through the process of using Red Giant BulletProof: Import, Organize, Review, Refine, and Export. You’ve got a great camera, you’ve got a great editor — how do you manage ev...

Getting Started with CrumplePop ShrinkRay

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Join Red Giant Universe for FREE and get over 40 free transitions and effects: redgiant.com/Universe

A Quick Walkthrough of Trapcode Mir

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Learn more about Trapcode Mir at redgiantsoftware.com/products/all/trapcode-mir/

Red Giant FTX: Can’t Man

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Check out the last Red Giant Production!

Order Up

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A pizza is delivered to a creepy, abandoned location. Then it gets weird. Made with Knoll Light Factory 3. Learn more at: redgiantsoftware.com/products/all/knoll-light-factory/ Credits: - Directed by Seth Worle...

Run Like Hell

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In director Stu Maschwitz's short film, a young man sets out to reconnect with his high-school crush - but things don't go as planned. Run Like Hell is inspired by the cult classic video game from Interplay.

Red Giant Retrograde

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Introducing Red Giant Retrograde - Co-produced with CrumplePop. Retrograde is the most true-to-life 16MM and 8MM film effect you will find anywhere. Real analog source material was used to create the unique film te...

Episode 101 – Interstellar Black Hole

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In this episode of Red Giant TV, VFX artist Joey Shanks walk you through his practical-based visual effects process, and shows you how he recreated the Interstellar Black Hole effect for his PBS Digital Studios series...

Red Giant TV Episode 90 – Tempo: The Bees Knees – 3D Bee Swarm w/ Slow Motion FX

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In this episode, Harry Frank will walk you through creating a swarm of bees using a combination of Cinema 4D, Trapcode Particular and Form, as well as tracking the camera motion, compositing the bees, and ramping time...

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