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MAXON presents new product at Adobe MAX, NAB Show New York

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MAXON will present at two major industry shows this month: Adobe MAX set for Oct. 18-20 and NAB Show New York held Oct. 18-19, the leading developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions announced Thursday morning, Oct. 12.

At both events, MAXON team members will showcase the capabilities in Cinema 4D Release 19, the next generation of the industry-leading 3D animation, graphics, VFX, and visualization software, released last month. MAXON is also excited to debut Cineware for Illustrator, a new plug-in that allows artists and designers to add and edit 3D objects directly within Adobe Illustrator CC, the industry-standard vector graphics application included in the Adobe Creative Cloud.

MAXON at NAB Show New York (Booth # N264)
As part of its exhibitor presence at NAB Show New York, MAXON will be joined by top 3D guest artist presenters who will provide in-depth presentations on how Cinema 4D elevates the content creation experience. Artists scheduled to appear include Joe Herman, Perry Harovas, and Matt Milstead and Dave Koss principals at Nexus Motion, Inc., and the hosts of Brograph.com.

More can be found on the NAB website.

MAXON at Adobe MAX, Community Pavilion
MAXON returns as an event sponsor to Adobe MAX 2017, billed as 'The Creativity Conference'. At this year's event, MAXON will be exhibiting in the Adobe MAX Community Pavilion. Conference attendees are invited to stop by to meet MAXON team members and see demonstrations of the company's flagship product Cinema 4D, and the afore-mentioned Cineware for Illustrator plug-in.

Adobe MAX will be taking place Oct. 18-20, at the Venetian/Palazzo in Las Vegas.

About Cinema 4D Release 19
MAXON Cinema 4D is an industry-leading 3D motion graphics software application renowned for its seamless connectivity to popular 2D motion graphics, compositing and rendering tools, spectacular image quality and an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that puts professional results within reach of artists at all levels of CGI experience.

Cinema 4D Release 19 serves individual artists as well as large studio environments with a streamlined workflow to meet today's challenges in the content creation markets, especially general design, motion graphics, VFX, VR/AR and all types of visualization. Feature highlights include powerful developments to viewport performance, a new Sound Effector and additional features for Voronoi Fracturing have been added to the MoGraph toolset, a new Spherical Camera introduced, the integration of AMD's ProRender technology, and more.

Read Cinema 4D Release 19 press release here

Cineware for Illustrator plug-in
The new Cineware for Illustrator uses the same powerful 3D engine as Cinema 4D, MAXON's industry-leading, intuitive, professional 3D application. Users can import any Cinema 4D file, and tweak the view, lighting and textures in order to integrate 3D elements with 2D designs or use 3D elements as templates when creating vector artwork in Adobe Illustrator. The plug-in is available at no cost for MacOS and Windows 10 on the MAXON web site.

Read Cineware for Illustrator CC press release here.


About MAXON
Headquartered in Friedrichsdorf, Germany, MAXON Computer is a developer of professional 3D modeling, painting, animation and rendering solutions. Its award-winning Cinema 4D and BodyPaint 3D software products have been used extensively to help create everything from stunning visual effects in top feature films, TV shows and commercials, cutting-edge game cinematics for AAA games, as well for medical illustration, architectural and industrial design applications. MAXON has offices in Germany, USA, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Japan and Singapore. MAXON products are available directly from the website and its worldwide distribution channel. MAXON is part of the Nemetschek Group.

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