Toon Boom Announces Harmony Version 11 at MIFA 2014

Montreal, Canada - June 11, 2014

Two-time Emmy® Award recipient, Toon Boom Animation Inc.announced today the release of Harmony Version 11, infused with impressive features that firmly set it as the de facto industry standard. Harmony is the leading-edge animation technology on the market. With its development based on customer feature requests, version 11 offers the best of vector and bitmap worlds at the drawing stage and brings warped drawings to the next level while delivering significant timeline, workflow and user interface enhancements.

Whether you’re making a film, TV series, games, webisodes, explainer videos, medical or legal animations or any other type of animated content, Harmony is made for you.

New Feature Highlights

Bitmap and Vector Drawing
Draw entirely in bitmap, entirely in vector or mix the two.

Timeline Enhancements
Add scene markers, drawing markers and annotate your timeline.

Mesh Warp
Create up to a 10 x 10 grid of points and animate them over time.

User Interface Improvements
Work in a totally redesigned, modern new look—now with dark and light themes.

Simplified Workflow
Harmony is now divided into modules to support a paperless workflow.

Harmony Cloud*
Host your database server on the cloud for project collaboration.

Additional Improvements
Benefit from the many workflow improvements.

(*) Available for Harmony Network only.

Harmony in the Classroom

Studios around the world are looking for quality animators familiar with advanced animation techniques available in the Toon Boom pipeline. As Harmony offers the most efficient, integrated pipeline for creating traditional and digital animation or a combination of techniques, students proficient in Harmony secure the competitive edge they need when embarking on their career in the animation industry. TheToon Boom Certification program provides a reliable validation of their skills and knowledge.

The Toon Boom team will be showcasing Harmony 11 at MIFA 2014, from June 10 to 13 at booth 2.007.

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