It works great with HDV footage, too. And the final rendered results are absolutely brilliant. It's just a shame that the author hasn't had the support he needs (from Sony) in porting it to the 64 bit version of Vegas.
It is GREAT that more and more add-ons utilise the power of our graphics cards.
Another great program, that I found recently, was the MSU denoiser, however not yet as a Vegas plugin, but for Virtual Dub (Script anybody, please ? :-)
According to its specifications it runs up to 7 times faster using a GPU.
well, now it's clear that this plug is great - I just looked at the clock and even though I'm a bit off after just getting back from NAB - I had no intention of being up so late.
I did a comparison between the FX result from Magic Bullet, and this colorlab plug-in. I used the glow to kind of generate a "pro-mist" sort of filter.
See the two compared - I actually like the Color Lab one better.
Anyway, you can see for yourselves, but the colorlab one, gives me a better accent on the skin of the face and keeps the background highlight muted a bit better ( I did do my custom vingette in Vegas also (which I normally do in Bullet) ).