Entries in Video (19)


Deadline 6.1 Webinar Videos Are Now Online

The videos recorded on March 12th and 13th 2014 during the live webinar sessions are now online. The majority of the 9 segments were taken from the second run on the first day, except for the last segment which is from day 2.

You can watch all 9 segments here...


Deadline 6.0 Webinar Videos Now Available

We have posted a large number of YouTube videos recorded during the live Webinars on June 19th and 20th, 2013. They include the main presentation by Edwin Amsler, Front-Line Support Engineer at Thinkbox Software, as well as relevant parts of the Questions And Answers segments also featuring Director Of Sales Thomas Phariss, Developer James Coulter and Product Specialist Borislav "Bobo" Petrov.


Stoke MX Webinar Videos Now Online

Several videos that were recorded during the Stoke MX Webinars broadcast live on May 16th and 17th, 2013 have now been posted on the Stoke MX product page.

The videos cover the basic usage and workflows of Stoke MX and its integration with various 3ds Max components, 3rd party plugins and other Thinkbox products. In addition, the theory and practice of the asynchronous caching and multi-threading used by Stoke are discussed and illustrated.


"Krakatoa For Maya - An Introduction" Webinar Videos

A set of videos recorded live during the first Krakatoa For Maya Webinar broadcast on May 7th and 8th, 2013 are now available!

The covered topics complement the written tutorials already available in the Krakatoa MY documentation, and go into more detail to further illustrate the typical basic workflows.


Anatomical Travelogue's First Look at Krakatoa SR Integration with Eyeon Fusion

The developers at Anatomical Travelogue shared with us this early preview video of the Thinkbox Krakatoa SR renderer running inside the Eyeon Fusion compositing package:

Anatomical Travelogue  is an award-winning producer of visually rich health content, specializing in the art of medical visualization for all media including books, magazines, interactive applications and TV shows.

The Research & Development department at Anatomical Travelogue has been using Krakatoa and other related Thinkbox products for many years to turn real-world medical data including MRI scans into compelling visual content.

Check out some other research examples from the past like the Chameleon and the Human Hand Test: