Recorded at the NAB SuperMeet, Las Vegas, April 9, 2013.
Watch the brilliant presentation by Stu Maschwitz about Red Giant’s new tool for digital filmmakers, Bulletproof. Bulletproof is an organizational tool which enables you to ingest and tag media, color correct on-set, and organize your footage to provide a complete solution to getting media ready for the edit.
Stu explains from experience the many uses which Bulletproof offers. Described, as the other half of your camera, Bulletproof is currently available to download as part of an open beta program.
BulletProof is a complete media prep and delivery solution for footage that simplifies the tedious tasks facing filmmakers every day on set. Bridging the gap between camera and editor, BulletProof combines all backup, organization, color and delivery tasks while handling footage from multiple cameras and media cards. Whether shooting with a Canon DSLR, Nikon DSLR or GoPro sports cam, filmmakers, videographers and data wranglers can now quickly and easily transform their capture into edit-ready footage.
Stu Maschwitz is a highly regarded director, writer and visual effects artist based in San Francisco.
He has worked as a senior visual effects supervisor on many films. He previously worked at Industrial Light and Magic and also co-founded a company known as The Orphanage.
Maschwitz worked as writer, director, cinematographer, and editor for the film The Last Birthday Card (2000). He directed the "Song For The Lonely [Almighty Remix]" segment of The Very Best of Cher: The Video Hits Collection (2004).
He studied animation at the California Institute of the Arts.
In 2007 he authored the book The DV Rebel's Guide: An All-Digital Approach to Making Killer Action Movies on the Cheap for Peachpit Press.
In 2008 he became software director of Red Giant software. In Oct 2009 it was announced in Hollywood reporter that he would direct Psy-Ops.
Stu's blog - ProLost - is widely read and influential in the video world. To know more about Stu read ProLost at:
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