Friday, July 22, 2011

New: HitFilm Standard & Ultimate: Serious software for serious filmmakers.

hitfilm HitFilm is a revolutionary "all in one" Visual Effects, 3D compositing & Video Editing Software program. No other product on the market provides integrated video editing, visual effects and compositing anywhere near HitFilm's price point. The Standard version of HitFilm is priced at $149 and the Ultimate version is priced at $399. Try free demos of both versions of HitFilm here (under Standalone).

HitFilm is a unique and unrivalled product and is the most powerful and advanced video software available to filmmakers of all abilities under $1000. HitFilm should undoubtedly be the first choice video software for all levels of independent filmmakers, students and enthusiasts.

HitFilm's Main Features

Both versions of HitFilm give you:

  • Genuine 3D compositing
  • 2D & 3D visual effects
  • Colour grading
  • GPU hardware acceleration
  • Timeline video editing

HitFilm Ultimate goes a step further and gives you:

  • Many more exclusive and customisable 2D & 3D effects including procedural fire and lightning.
  • 3D camera tracking data importing (compatible with PFHoe, SynthEyes, Boujou, Voodoo)
  • Cutting edge 3D particle simulator with physic based deflectors and forces.
  • Up to 4K resolution
  • 16-bit floating point colour

Other Features & Benefits

  • Integrates and give you access to the website directly within the software.
  • Has a COMMUNITY section for all levels of creative filmmakers worldwide, enabling and encouraging members to work together, talk about their filmmaking projects and share any useful tips and tricks. Also if a member makes and uploads a particularly cool movie and gets it featured, then every single person using the software, including people trying the demo, will know about it and get to see it.
  • Incorporates social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
  • Directly upload your movies to YouTube.
  • Has an integrated SUPPORT section with a range of product Tutorials.

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