Maxon Fall Product Releases Offer a Wealth of Rich Features and Compatibility
Maxon, the developers of professional software solutions for motion designers and visual effects artists, today announced updates to nearly every application within the company’s Maxon One product offering. Cinema 4D R25 and Trapcode Suite 17 unveil significant new functionality and multiple products have received essential compatibility updates.
Maxon Announces Two-Day September 3D & Motion Design Show
Maxon has announced its line-up of speakers for the September 3D and Motion Design Show, the free-to-attend virtual series of artist-focused presentations for 3D and motion graphics artists. Taking place from September 14th-15th, this two-day event will provide attendees with access to an even greater number of presentations and tutorials from an impressive lineup of talented digital creators.
Redshift Now Available as Subscription
Maxon, developers of professional software solutions for motion designers and visual effects artists, today announced that Redshift, the company’s blazingly fast GPU rendering product, is now available as a subscription product. Offering Redshift via Subscription powers ongoing development and work to maintain compatibility with multiple DCC applications and hardware platforms.
Recent Updates for Redshift Bring Coveted Features
The Redshift development team has been working hard, and the updates have been coming fast and furious since the release of support for OpenColorIO v2 in Version 3.0.46. OCIO enables users to achieve more accurate and filmic color through the use of ACES and other custom color profiles. This release also included custom EXR metadata for Houdini and Katana, which offers great value.
Introducing: The Maxon App
The Maxon App is an all-new desktop application that provides a more intuitive way to install your favorite Maxon apps, update them, manage your licenses and discover new tools to stimulate your creativity and complement your workflow. The Maxon App replaces the Red Giant Application Manager.
Maxon Releases Two Great Product Updates
Maxon is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Cinema 4D S24 Service Pack 1 (Release 24.111) and VFX Suite version 1.5.3. Both updates are highly recommended offering many minor fixes, stability improvements, and optimizations to ensure the high reliability on which the Maxon community has come to depend.
Maxon Announces the Immediate Availability of Universe 4.0
Maxon, the developers of professional software solutions for motion designers, visual effects artists and editors, today announced the immediate availability of Universe 4.0. This latest subscription-only release features Electrify for creating electrical effects on images, footage, and logos.
All-Female Lineup to Headline June 3D & Motion Design Show
Maxon is pleased to announce the lineup of speakers for our June 16th3D & Motion Design Show, the free-to-attend virtual series of artist-focused presentations for 3D and motion graphics artists. The entirely women-led series of presentations has something for every digital artist.
Maxon Turnkey Assets for Cinema 4D – June Edition
The powerful Asset Browser introduced with Cinema 4D S24, included a valuable collection of 3D objects, materials and node capsules that are easily browsed, searched, and immediately available for use in production pipelines.
Maxon Celebrates Artists and Their Art for Pride Month 2021
Every June, we reflect on the progress we have made on efforts towards equality for LGBTQ+ Americans and continue to strive for our goal of unequivocal acceptance. This year, Maxon will be celebrating Pride Month by featuring our LGBTQ+ community members’ artwork. All month we will be accepting submissions and featuring those creative endeavors on our social media and other channels.
Maxon Augments Turnkey Assets for Cinema 4D
The powerful Asset Browser introduced with Cinema 4D S24, included a valuable collection of 3D objects, materials and node capsules that are easily browsed, searched, and immediately available for use in production pipelines. As promised, only a month later, Maxon has released additional assets to enhance the collection.
Cinema 4D Featured on the Cover of TIME Magazine!
On April 2, 1965 TIME put computers on its cover, predicting that the machines would irrevocably change the way Americans live and work. They weren’t wrong. Fifty-six years later on April 27, 2021 computers have again made the cover, this time featuring in-process digital artwork by Mike Winkelmann (aka Beeple) inside Cinema 4D.