There's so much new in Magic Bullet Suite 13 that I made like a zillion tutorials.
The essential walkthroughs are all in my announcement post. These tutorials get a little more specific.
Guided Color Correction in Magic Bullet Colorista IV
There's no better example of Red Giant's commitment to make great color accessible to all video editors than the new Guided Color Correction feature in Colorista IV. The tool walks you through a step-by-step process of balancing out a shot. You get great results easily, and you stay in control the whole time.
My Color Grading Pipeline
Reduce noise and compression artifacts first. Then basic color balancing, followed by creative color grading. Then, as a final step, re-introduce grain or texture as desired. That's my pipeline on almost every shot I color correct, and this walks you through the process, using Magic Bullet Denoiser III, Colorista IV, and the all-new Renoiser film grain emulation tool.
Saving Look Presets in Magic Bullet Looks
With Magic Bullet Looks 4, we updated the way you save your own Looks. It's now so easy that you should very much not need this tutorial.
And Tool Presets Too
I heard you like presets with your presets. Each individual Tool in Magic Bullet Looks now has presets, and this video shows how you access them and save your own.
Working With Log Footage
Log is more than big and heavy and wood, it's also the best way to shoot video for the maximum dynamic range, short of raw. All the tools in Magic Bullet Suite 13 support log, and this video shows you how.
Highlights and Highlight Recovery in Colorista IV
When should you use the Highlights control in Colorista IV, and when should you use Highlight Recovery? The answer is now.
More to Come
But that's it for now! You can find more Stu-torials here.