Red Giant 24-Hour 25%-Off Spring Sale is On From Tuesday April 28

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If you have been holding off on purchasing new Red Giant software licenses, upgrading existing Red Giant software or selecting items from the Red Giant academic store, or taking out a Universe Annual Premium Membership, hold off no longer.

The Red Giant 25%-off spring sale will be on for 24 hours, from April 28 to April 29. Every item in the Red Giant online store will be on sale.

One of the best-known makers of software for moviemakers, editors, visual effects artists and motion graphics designers, Red Giant’s software includes such industry staples as PluralEyes, Colorista III, Primatte Keyer, Looks, LUT Buddy and more.

Red Giant’s products can be bought alone or in collections including Shooter Suite, Magic Bullet Suite, Effects Suite, Keying Suite and Trapcode Suite.

Red Giant suites represent great savings, given they include from 3 through 7 to 10 different but related software products. Add the Red Giant Spring Sale’s 25%-off discount and your savings will be bigger again.

The Red Giant Spring Sale runs for 24 hours only, from 08:00 AM PDT on April 28th to 08:00 AM PDT on April 29th.
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Red Giant’s 25%-Off Spring Sale Hits the Web Tuesday, April 28th

Red Giant Spring Sale

Via Red Giant Press:

The Red Giant spring sale. 25% off full licenses, upgrades and academic store products. 24 hours only.

Portland, OR – April 21, 2015 – The Red Giant 25%-off spring sale is hitting the online store next Tuesday, April 28th, offering customers a chance to update their filmmaking, motion graphics and visual effects tools. For 24 hours only, from 08:00 AM PDT on April 28th to 08:00 AM PDT on April 29th, every single product sold in the Red Giant online store (visit will be on sale. This includes full licenses, upgrades, and even products from the academic store (already 50% off), so whether you use Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Final Cut Pro X or other host apps, there is something for everyone. To redeem the 25% discount, simply apply the coupon code found on the Red Giant website.

Watch promo video here:

Red Giant Press Release, continued

Some Examples of Savings:

Trapcode Suite: Usually $899. Get it on sale for just $675.
Magic Bullet Suite: Usually $799. Get it on sale for just $599.
PluralEyes: Usually $199. Get it on sale for just $149.
Universe Annual Premium Membership: Usually $99. Get it on sale for $74.

For pre-sales questions, please contact us at and we’ll help you out.

NOTE: Purchases made through the Red Giant Volume Program are not eligible for sale pricing.

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About Red Giant
Red Giant is a software company made up of talented artists and technologists who collaborate to create unique tools for filmmakers, editors, VFX artists, and motion designers. Our company culture is focused on finding balance between work and life – we call it “the double bottom line” – this philosophy helps us ignore complexity in favor of building simple tools that yield giant results. Over the last decade, our products (like Magic Bullet and Trapcode) have become the standard in film and broadcast post-production. With over 200,000 users, it’s nearly impossible to watch 20 minutes of TV without seeing our software in use. From our experiences as artists and filmmakers, we aspire to not only to provide tools for artists, but inspiration as well. Watch our films, learn from over 200 free tutorials, or try our software at

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Karin Gottschalk

Karin Gottschalk

Karin is a documentary moviemaker, journalist, photographer and teacher who conceived and cofounded an influential, globally-read, Australian magazine of contemporary art, culture and photography. While based in Europe, contributing to the magazine and working in advertising, she visualised a future telling the same sorts of stories with a movie camera and audio recorder. Now back in her home base in Sydney, Karin is pursuing her goal of becoming an independent, one-person, backpack multimedia journalist and documentary moviemaker. Mentorless and un-filmschooled, she is constantly learning and sharpening up her skill set.
Karin Gottschalk

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