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Boris FX Upgrades Continuum Complete and RED Product Lines

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Boris FX announced added host support for Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve to its flagship product line, Boris Continuum Complete (BCC), and to Boris RED.

“From the advanced vector titling of Boris RED 5.5 to the many and varied VFX filters in BCC 9, we’re convinced these new VFX toolkits will be widely embraced by Resolve users,” said Peter McAuley, senior product manager.

“Through DaVinci Resolve’s support of OpenFX plug-ins, users now have access to many of the same effects and tools that are used within other nonlinear editing workflows through Boris Continuum Complete, making the process of editing and grading in DaVinci Resolve even more amazing,” explained Grant Petty, CEO of Blackmagic Design.

Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve joins the Boris FX plug-ins supported host family that includes Adobe (After Effects and Premiere Pro), Assimilate Scratch, Avid, Grass Valley Edius, Apple Final Cut Pro X and Sony Vegas Pro.

Boris Continuum Complete 9 features over 230+ filters, including 3D particle effects, image restoration, touch-up tools, true 3D lens flares and volumetric lighting effects, keys and mattes, real 3D extrusions, color grading, time-based effects, blurs, glows and cinematic effects. BCC 9 also includes 3,000 presets designed to help editors and motion graphics artists work more creatively and efficiently.

Boris RED offers broadcast-quality features for titling, transitions and advanced composites, including text generators, paint, rotoscoping, extrusions, 3D shapes and animations tools. RED can be accessed directly from a NLE timeline or as a stand-alone engine for effects creation and rendering.

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