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Maxon’s Paul Babb on Cinema 4D R19

Maxon introduced Release 19 of its Cinema 4D product at the show. It includes a new Viewport, new tools in MoGraph, a new Sound Effector and more, including the integration of ProRender as a built-in GPU renderer.

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A Conversation With The Molecule’s
Chris Healer

This VFX supervisor touches on new technology, visual effects for television series and tax incentives.


Blackmagic’s Bob Caniglia explains
the new features in Fusion 9

Blackmagic unveiled its Fusion 9 compositing software, which offers VR tools, a new camera tracker, a planar tracker and more.

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Dave Frederick and Quantum
embrace VFX and VR

Quantum was at its second SIGGRAPH. Here Dave fills us in on what they are offering to the industry, including their new StorNext 6 storage platform.

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Assimilate’s Jeff Edson and Lucas Wilson talk VR offerings

Assimilate is partnering with ZCam, makers of integrated 360 cameras, to offer a bundle that includes the camera and Scratch VRZ.

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Joe Pizzini fills us in on Boxx's workstation solutions

Boxx Technologies was at SIGGRAPH showing its line of desktop and mobile workstations targeting post, visual effects and rendering.

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