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BORIS FX INC
Boris FX Sapphire is a software with which you can access the widest selection of full Hollywood level effects, so you can work in a completely different way. Accurate color grading lets you work well with effects that involve experimenting with lighting and brightness.
In addition, Safir has a collection of more than 3,000 different compositions designed by the world’s best specialists. Sapphires are ideal for creative enthusiasts and professionals alike. You can simplify workflows, increase productivity, and achieve a whole new visual experience for your projects.
Enjoy over 250 stylish effects and transitions. Thanks to the very easy-to-use interface of the software, working with effects and transitions will be a fun game that everyone can handle.
Features of Boris FX Sapphire:
- Best lighting effects
Sapphire allows you to access Glow, Glare and Glint functions, as well as light diffusion effects, flash and more, based on professional algorithms for working with lighting.
- Wide variety of presets
You can choose from 3000 presets made by the best professionals without wasting any time. At the same time, we are constantly supplementing the collection with new materials, so that you will never have a problem with new fresh ideas.
The Sapphire Light Effect, widely used in Hollywood, allows the two to slightly modify the existing illumination, and radically change the entire composition of the light.
- Hollywood effect
This sapphire effect was originally used to recreate 35mm footage on modern devices. Now it can be used, among other things, for colorful work. Sapphire’s cinematic effects can be adjusted over a very wide range, with extreme precision, making it possible to work with colors at the world’s best professional levels.
This is one of the most popular sapphire effects. With its help, you will be able to reproduce the tiny vibrations of the image, typical for amateur video filmmaking, and realize true earthquakes.
- Lens reflection
The lens flare effect produces the lens flare and reflected light that is common in photography.
Vignette is one of the oldest classic effects. While working on it, you can add the same effect to a common video sequence multiple times with just one mouse click, without having to waste time on unnecessary repetitive actions.