Media 100 Launches Free Educational Licensing Program
Boris FX, a developer of visual effects and post-production solutions for film and video, and MacVideo Promo, a promotion company that offers exclusive deals on tools for Mac video editors, announce a limited-time program that provides free, perpetual Media 100 site licenses to qualified educational institutions. In addition, limited-time discounted pricing is available for qualified students and educators.
Media 100 is fast, full-featured video editing software for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use, responsive interface and broad support for 4K, 2K, HD, and SD standards, Media 100 delivers broadcast-quality output for file-based workflows. Export your Media 100 timeline to Adobe After Effects, including AE CC 2015, using the included XML Transfer plug-in.
Boris RED is integrated 3D titling and visual effects software that launches a user-friendly custom interface directly from the Media 100 timeline for advanced title animation and effects. Every Media 100 license also includes the Boris RED plug-in (a $695 value) for Adobe Premiere Pro for Mac – with support for Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Free Media 100 and Boris RED for Schools
Through October 31, 2015, any educational institution that has been accredited by an authorized governmental agency within its applicable local, state, provincial, federal, or national government and has the primary purpose of teaching its enrolled students may apply for a free perpetual Media 100 v2.1.6 site license. A perpetual Boris RED site license is also included with support for Media 100, Adobe Premiere Pro, and standalone rendering on Mac.
Discounted Media 100 and Boris RED Pricing for Students and Educators
Through October 31, 2015, students and educators are eligible to purchase Media 100 at a discounted price of $49.95 (regularly $99). The discounted Media 100 educational license includes Boris RED with support for Media 100, Adobe Premiere Pro, and standalone rendering on Mac. To qualify for the discounted educational pricing:
• Students must be enrolled at a higher education institution defined as an accredited, government-recognized public or private university or college (including community, junior, or vocational college) that grants degrees and/or certificates.
• Teachers and staff must be employed by an accredited, government-recognized public or private primary or secondary school or public or private university or college (including community, junior, or vocational college) that grants degrees and/or certificates.
Educational licenses are provided exclusively for teaching or learning. They cannot be used for commercial, revenue-generating projects of any type.
For more information or to apply, visit www.media100.com/pages/education