News: Toolfarm Top 10 Plug-in Awards 2017 – Final Cut Pro X Results

Top Ten

The Overall Toolfarm Top Ten

This year we had a fantastic voter turn out in the 2017 Toolfarm Top Ten Plug-in Awards. These are the top plug-ins and products of 2017 as voted by our Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, CINEMA 4D, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro X, and DaVinci Resolve Users!  We had several ties this year, so we are listing the top products for each host. See all results

If you took the surveys and entered your contact info, keep an eye on your inbox as we will be contacting the winners soon! This year we had a lot of repeat winners from previous years and over multiple hosts. Congratulations to the winning plug-in companies!

Top Ten Final Cut Pro X Plug-ins

1 Red Giant Magic Bullet Suite

Magic Bullet Suite

Color correction, finishing and film looks for filmmakers

Magic Bullet Suite is a set of seven tools that bring intuitive, real time color correction, and beyond, right to your editorial timeline. Magic Bullet Suite 13 gives you everything you need to make your footage look great, right on your editing timeline. Balance out your shots with powerful color adjustments that work the way your eye expects them to. Then, go beyond color correction, with accurate simulations of lens filters and film stocks.

Give your footage the look of a Hollywood film. With the tools in Magic Bullet Suite, your footage can instantly have cinematic contrast and the sophisticated color palettes of big budget movies. With tons of fully customizable presets based on popular movies and TV shows, you will have beautiful results in seconds.

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2 Boris Continuum

3 (tie) Red Giant Shooter Suite, iZotope RX 6 and FxFactory Pro

And rounding out the Top Ten for 2017:

About Michele Yamazaki

Michele Yamazaki is Pluginologist for Toolfarm (, a value added reseller and distributor of visual effects software. She recently wrote Plug-in with After Effects: Third Party Plug-in Mastery, which came out in June 2011. She co-authored Greenscreen Made Easy: Keying and Compositing Techniques for Indie Filmmakers with Jeremy Hanke, published in 2009 by MWP. Michele started at Postworks as a motion graphics artist. She taught After Effects and Photoshop at Kendall College of Art & Design. In 2001 she launched and in 2002 co-founded West Michigan Animation & Effects User Group. She is a former board member of MCA-I Mid-Michigan and West Michigan Film & Video Alliance. Michele has a BA from Grand Valley State University. She lives in Grand Rapids with her husband Dan, her lovely daughter, Lily, and her cat, Tressa.

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