FirePlay is a high quality, on-set playback and color tool that can handle almost any camera format and provides professional color grading. It’s the starting point for a powerful workflow that takes you from the set to the finishing suite. It will quickly become an indispensable part of your professional toolbox.
Available in two editions: use the FREE version to preview files, and make artistic color grading choices. Upgrade to FirePlay Live to see live color grading previews and export your CDLs and LUTs for use in post.
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A powerful and easy professional media player for Mac. Expand your toolkit, without dealing with the hassle and complexity of using a complicated post/editing tool.
FirePlay supports all kinds of RAW formats up to 4K resolutions including Arri ARRIRAW, REDCODE, RED Epic, Apple ProRes, DPX, OpenEXR, Canon XF-AVC, Panasonic MXF, and many, many more. Avoid the time delay and fidelity loss of transcoding. You can even combine different formats in a single sequence.
At home on-set
Make fast and artistic primary and secondary color grading choices, and create a look your director will love right on-set. Export your grades as a FireFly FFX file to ensure the look makes it all the way to the post suite. Need CDL exports? Upgrade to FirePlay Live.
An integrated workflow
FirePlay comes from FireFly Cinema, creator of the Fire Suite of color management products. Use FireFly to begin your workflow and bring your color decisions with you throughout the post and finishing process. Supports the ACES open color standard and the SMPTE ST 2084 transfer function for HDR projects.
Upgrade to FirePlay Live to see your decisions on a professional monitoring setup. Send your color grading settings to an external LUT Box and watch a real-time preview on a calibrated monitor. Supports most popular LUT Boxes, including the wireless and USB support for Teradek COLR.
Try FirePlay FREE for easy RAW file management
or buy FirePlay Live to add live grading and CDL exports
See a demonstration of FirePlay in action here: