Red Giant Shooter Suite consists of four applications that can help you bring your footage from set to post with more confidence.
Shooter Suite includes PluralEyes 4, Offload 1, Instant 4K, and Frames 1. PluralEyes is the popular audio/video syncing software that lines up your video footage with external audio recordings at the push of a button. It does this by matching the waveforms of the external audio with that of the camera recorded audio. PluralEyes is a standalone program and therefore its results can be used in any editor, but it's also capable of exporting full timeline sequences to select host applications (please click on the Specifications tab for more info).
Offload is a simple backup program that compares every file to the original to ensure an exact duplicate, and is capable of making additional copies for other destinations or drives. Offload is also capable of direct integration with PluralEyes.
Instant 4K is a much more advanced update to Red Giant's Instant HD software. Instant 4K is a scaling program that allows you to easily upconvert to 4K resolution and other high-resolution formats.
Frames uses an advanced algorithm to deinterlace older footage and convert it to 24p.
Shooter Suite will give you the tools to add more quality and security into your workflow. All four included applications are Mac and Windows compatible.
- Accurate A/V sync available for any NLE
- Syncs audio and video with the touch of a single button
- Import and export timeline sequences directly from/to Premiere, FCP X, Vegas, and Edius
- Easy to use and makes sure your files are safe
- Works with virtually every camera, card, and format
- Compares your backup to the original, verifying an exact copy
- More advanced results than possible from the scaling tools in host applications
- Simple resolution presets that make upconversion easier
- Up to 400% faster than Instant HD
- Fast field-blending algorithm for quick results
- High quality motion-adaptive algorithm for intelligent smoothing
- De-artifacts and repairs lost color information in DV and HDV footage