Maxon is excited to return as an exhibitor to the annual IBC Show, the most influential European show in the media and entertainment industry, taking place September 13 – 17, at the RAI Amsterdam. (Hall 7, Booth A59).
At IBC Maxon will debut Cinema 4D R21, the latest version of its award-winning 3D software, scheduled for release early September. In addition to the numerous feature enhancements and optimized performance built into in the latest technology in R21, Maxon introduced a paradigm shift in the way artists access the software. Cinema 4D is now available in one singular version with new low cost subscription options.
Presentations and Livestream from the Maxon booth
Throughout IBC the Maxon team will showcase the new tools in R21. An array of the industry’s best motion design artists will present on the Maxon main stage at the booth where IBC attendees, and those viewing online, can learn Cinema 4D tips, tricks and insights into each artist’s workflow on projects spanning from VFX, motion graphics, architectural visualization, and more.
This year well known presenters including Peter Eszenyi, Nidia Dias, Andy Needham and Can Erduman, will be joined by creatives at top studios such as Eric de Broche des Combes, Sophia Kyriacou (BBC), We Are Kraken, Yeti Motion, Found Studio -- many joining Maxon for the first time. Get a first impression of the IBC program in our teaser video.
Can't make it to Amsterdam? All presentations will be streaming live daily during IBC. Visit C4Dlive.com for the complete presenter line up, artist profiles and schedule. Shortly after the IBC, full-length presentations will be available on the Maxon YouTube channel.
Download the Maxon IBC presentation schedule
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To schedule a briefing opportunity during IBC with members of the Maxon executive team, please contact our PR representative Vicky Gray-Clark.
Contact: Vicky Gray-Clark, Ambient PR, vicky(at)ambientpr(dot)com.
IBC (International Broadcasting Conference) is one of the world's most important exhibitions for film, television as well as broadcast production and distribution. It takes place annually at the RAI Exhibition Center in Amsterdam. The show is a key meeting place for all relevant broadcasters, software and hardware manufacturers and technology associations. This year it will again be divided into two sections: in addition to the exhibition, in which more than 1,700 companies will be represented, a conference will take place with top-class lectures and workshops.