FMX 2013 Live Stream

by Muvizu_Admin in News

This year Muvizu has journeyed to Stuttgart, Germany to take part in the FMX 2013, the Film and Media Exchange conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia. FMX is held in Stuttgart, Germany between April 23rd and April 26th. The week long event was founded in 1994 as the "Film and Media Exchange" and has been ran annually since 1996. This years event has taken the slogan "Lean, Smart and Agile" - something we felt Muvizu fitted in to perfectly.

Today at 9am UK (BST) time, Digimania MD Barry Sheridan will be giving a 1 hour workshop on all things Muvizu but don't worry if you can't make it to Stuttgart in time as the whole presentation will be live streamed online and viewable right here at Muvizu.com.

The live stream playback is no longer available.


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  1. Dreeko Muvizu mogul Experimental user
    • Dreeko - Over a year ago
    • Only caught a short bit of it. On the train with limited signal on my phone
      But Managed to see one of my videos being shown at the presentation there! Yay!!
  2. IanS Experimental user Muvizu staff
    • IanS - Over a year ago
    • Fast forward to 41:00 for the start of the presentation
  3. MrDrWho13 Muvizu mogul Experimental user
    • MrDrWho13 - Over a year ago
    • Pretty cool, it looked like they were impressed!
  4. soccer3102
    • soccer3102 - Over a year ago
    • Hello Muvizu Team.

      My name is Osvaldo live in Los Angeles California, wanted to consult with you regarding your program use on a project by filmmaker festival, I wonder if I can use your program to present my project using this Muvizu program.
      the project is called (The star-Fighters of Murphy Street).
      Robert West is the author of these books and with me are trying to transform these books on animation to present these projects in ventura filmmaker festival.
  5. skylike Muvizu mogul Experimental user
    • skylike - Over a year ago
    • Watching watching and of course... no Zombietown... ahem ... anyway lookin good Barry! :)