New extension release integrates customer feedback into product development to optimize high-end visual effects and editing workflow.
Autodesk, Inc. announces that the new Autodesk Smoke 2013, professional video editing software is now shipping.
Spiral Graphics announces the latest version of its seamless texture, animation, and HDRI environment map editor, Genetica.
The Clipster DI workstation is employed by Park Road Productions, the post production company for Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit.”
Autodesk kicks off a 90-day project license of Autodesk Maya and Autodesk 3ds Max 3D animation software.
Key rendering, modeling and camera enhancements along with new sculpting tools make this a robust and worthy upgrade.
Createasphere announces two important keynotes set for its first TransVergence Summit, Will Wright and Erin McPherson.
The Visual Effects Society Technology Committee announces the release of its white paper, “Cinematic Color: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen.”
AudioGaming releases its new AudioMotors plug-in, a tool to tune, adapt, change or even freeze the RPM of a pre-recorded engine sound.
Toon Boom Animation announces that The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, will grant the Toon Boom Pipeline the Ub Iwerks Award at the upcoming 40th Annual Annie Awards.
Take credit for your movies with ease and maximum control and customization with Movie Credits, available now on FxFactory.
eyeon Software hosts a Webinar looking at the “Benefits of Multiple GPU-Enabled Environments,” on Wednesday, December 12.
Machinima to give away three HP Z1 all-in-one workstations to participants as part of the Machinima Interactive Film Festival.
Muvizu, the Glasgow-based, fast 3D animation application from Digimania powered by Epic’s Unreal 3 Engine, launches a special Christmas-themed treasure hunt.
Imagination Technologies announces the availability of its Caustic Series2 OpenRL PC boards and accelerating Caustic Visualizer viewport plug-ins for Autodesk Maya and 3ds Max at Autodesk University.
Last month, the whole team at Resnick Interactive did some Motion Capture (MOCAP) testing for a video game we’ll be working with in the near future.
Android has a bigger market share than iOS, so a bigger pool of potential users should mean that Android apps drive more revenue, right? Not necessarily.