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Power Integration Tour for Maxon

MAXON Computer, the developers of CINEMA 4D and BodyPaint 3D, announced Monday the 2008 schedule of its highly anticipated Power Integration Tour.

The tour is a joint road show with Adobe Systems that highlights the ease of integrating MAXON CINEMA 4D 3D software with Adobe Creative Suite 3 Production Premium for a powerful 2D/3D cross platform solution.

Representatives from both companies will present a range of dynamic visual effects and compelling motion graphics presentations geared to creative professionals seeking to integrate these two industry-leading software applications into film, video, DVD, Web and mobile devices pipelines.

The Power Integration Tour kicked off in seven markets in 2007, drew over 1,500 participants and was deemed a success by attendees and industry notables.

The 2008 leg of the tour will include stops in eight major markets: San Francisco, Calif. on Feb. 26; Vancouver, British Columbia on Feb. 28; Seattle, Wash. on March 4; Minneapolis, Minn. on March 20; Boston, Mass. on March 25; New York, New York on March 27; Montreal, Quebec on April 1 and Toronto, Ontario on April 3.

Register online at www.maxon.net/tour2008.

MAXON Computer also announced Monday the immediate availability of Spanish-language documentation for its CINEMA 4D and BodyPaint 3D software packages.

The integrated context-sensitive help system, consisting of more than 3,200 pages filled with detailed information, has been localized for all Spanish-speaking customers.

The complete Spanish language packet can be downloaded for free at www.maxon.net.

The new context-sensitive help system makes learning and using CINEMA 4D and BodyPaint 3D even easier.

Users will be lead to detailed information and examples without having to exit the software itself.

The comprehensive search functions and clearly arranged interface makes it easy to differentiate similar terms and commands.

MAXON's software is used on a daily basis worldwide in numerous fields such as architectural visualization, medical research, movies, television and advertising.

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