Bauhaus Software Inc., a new digital visual effects provider, has formed a strategic partnership with TVPaint Developpement Inc. for product development, marketing and distribution of TVPaint technologies. Bauhaus Software and TVPaint are combining their expertise to develop a new generation of cross platform computer graphics software for visual effects artists, video professionals and animators. These new products will be sold and distributed under the Bauhaus Software brand.
The Bauhaus product line will comprise a suite of realtime software solutions for the creation and manipulation of visual effects. Bauhaus is pioneering Disruptive Technologies for the professional, semi-professional and consumer market spaces, with an approach that provides three key benefits: simplified creation of film-quality digital visual effects, realtime video paint and seamless integration with all major film and video standards and formats.
Bauhaus Software will support and guide worldwide product development efforts for TVPaint technology and products, as well as provide current TVPaint users with an upgrade path to the new Bauhaus TVPaint product line, scheduled for release in the fall of 2003. Bauhaus will also support all legacy TV Paint product users.
Based in San Antonio, Texas, Bauhaus Software provides professional digital artists with the tools for producing next-generation visual effects and animation. For more information on Bauhaus Software, go to www.bauhaussoftware.com.
With headquarters in Metz, France, TVPaint is a developer of broadcast video paint production tools, including TVPaint, TV Paint Animation and Aura. TVPaint set a new standard in video paint power with the release of the first 32-bit video paint software in 1991 on the Amiga platform. Recent television and film projects using TVPaint software include MTV (England), the Cannes Film Festival intro (France), MAGGIE ROARS (Canada), ROOM NEARBY (Canada), SHADOW SKINS (U.S.), VITO E PANIKO (Italy), BOB A BOBEK (Czech Republic), CHEB MAMI video (France) and EUROTUNNEL commercial (France). For more information go to www.tvpaint.com.