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MAXON Computer, leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions, is pleased to announce details of its presence at IBC 2013, the premier annual conference and exhibition for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and news content taking place September 13-17 at the Amsterdam RAI. During IBC expo hours, MAXON welcomes members of the press and convention attendees to stop by its exhibitor Stand/Booth Number 6.C19.
IBC 2013 marks the European debut of MAXON CINEMA 4D Release 15 (R15), the next generation release of its award-winning CINEMA 4D software suite, marked by powerful enhancements to modeling, text creation, rendering and sculpting. CINEMA 4D is renowned by artists worldwide for its ease of use, quick workflow, fast rendering and unmatched integration into leading compositing applications, providing broadcast motion graphics artists, filmmakers, game developers, designers and others an ideal, production-proven 3D solution for unparalleled performance. [Editors’ note: R15, announced on July 23, is scheduled for official worldwide availability in early September, just days before IBC. R15 announcement press release. Additional details will be announced before IBC.]
MAXON PRESS CONFERENCE at IBC 2013 MAXON kicks off its presence at this year’s show with a press conference and light luncheon on Friday, September 13 at 13:45 p.m. (1:45 p.m.) in Room F 004 at the RAI Convention Center.
Harald Egel, MAXON co-founder and CEO, will host the event and be joined by his team and special guests to celebrate the release of CINEMA 4D R15 and provide journalist attendees with exclusive demonstrations. He will also be joined by Steve Forde, senior product manager for After Effects at Adobe, to talk about the strategic alliance between the two companies and showcase the powerful new features of CINEWARE, the fully integrated Live 3D pipeline between CINEMA 4D and Adobe After Effects CC now available for motion graphics and visual effects artists. [Click here for related press release] Tim Clapham of Luxx, one of today’s most visionary motion graphics artists, will also treat guests to a behind-the-scenes reveal of how CINEMA 4D was used to create 3D content for the launch trailer of Tom Clancy’s The Division, the highly anticipated new online multiplayer video game developed by Ubisoft Massive; scheduled for release in 2014. [Editors’ Note: Clapham will also make presentations at the MAXON stand.]
The press conference is an invitation-only event. Members of the press interested in attending please contact Vicky Gray-Clark, Ambient PR, [email protected], indicating name and media outlet for consideration.
MAXON at IBC 2013 Highlights (Stand/Booth #6. C19) Throughout the show, MAXON will be providing attendees with demonstrations of CINEMA 4D R15 and its latest 3D software solutions.
The MAXON booth at IBC promises to be the place for convention attendees to gain insight from some of today’s most acclaimed 3D creative professionals who will reveal tips, techniques and successes using CINEMA 4D in production that emphasize innovation and demonstrate the software’s performance on complex broadcast motion graphics, feature film visual effects, video games and multimedia projects.
Guest artists scheduled to present at time of writing include: **
Robert Hranitzky is a Munich, Germany-based motion graphics designer known for a wide range of projects from showroom trailers to film projects and opening titles. He is credited with creating the video trailer for MAXON’s new CINEWARE pipeline between CINEMA 4D and After Effects and will show off the benefits of the new workflow as he creates several scenes that include the compositing of 3D objects on 3D tracked footage.
Angie Taylor, based in Brighton, UK, is a widely acclaimed CINEMA 4D and Adobe After Effects artist, animator, author and instructor. Angie brings over twenty years experience in the broadcast industry and will delight IBC attendees with presentations that demonstrate proven production tips and techniques between CINEMA 4D and Adobe After Effects CC that foster performance and speed up workflow between these two powerhouse software applications.
Marc Potocnik, owner/founder of renderbaron, based in Düsseldorf, Germany, has spent the past 16 years producing high-quality 3D animation, visual effects and visualizations for renowned customers such as ZDF, BMX, Audi, Nokia, Siemens, and others. At IBC he will present behind-the-scenes examples and techniques from recent projects that show how to improve creativity with lighting and rendering using CINEMA 4D.
Helge Maus works with his German company pixeltrain as a producer, consultant and trainer in the areas of 3D, VFX and compositing. At the MAXON IBC booth, he will use various VFX shots to demonstrate the interconnectivity between CINEMA 4D and NUKE as well as other VFX tools and practical applications for improving production workflows.
** Additional guest artists will be announced as show nears.
Visit MAXON’s dedicated IBC 2013 website page for expanded information on guest presenters, presentation schedules, CINEMA 4D product news, and more. For MAXON enthusiasts unable to attend the convention, MAXON will also make IBC guest artist presentations available online after the show has ended on MAXON’s homepage and Youtube channel.
MAXON Around the IBC 2013 Convention MAXON demo artists will participate at the Adobe Systems (Stand/Booth 7.G27) to provide public demonstrations of CINEWARE and CINEMA 4D Lite that exemplify the tight integration and workflow performance between CINEMA 4D and After Effects. MAXON will also highlight key partner-focused initiatives with NVIDIA, BlackMagic, and others, to demonstrate advances in its 3D software technology that enable artists to deliver engaging content.