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Ed Jones Discovers the epic software group

The Woodlands, TX - December 31, 2005 -  epic software group created Poor Ed, a full featured five minute 2D cartoon just for this purpose. It tells the story of Ed Jones, the marketing manager for Universal Widgets - who is in big trouble. In Episode I, Universal Widgets is getting its butt kicked by the competition. The other guys are using new media to sell their products and Poor Ed is stuck with his old printed brochure. Ed's boss (Mr. Crusty), tells Ed he needs to do something to get…

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The Villager - Virtual World

3D animation company wows clients with Hollywood-style graphics by Deborah Rowe December 1, 2005, The Woodlands, Texas - The renowned Woodlands 3D animation and multimedia studio company, epic software group, helps clients advertise and get their messages across with the creation of stunning, state-of-the-art 3D graphics, using the same programs used by the most elite Hollywood animation companies. According to Vic Cherubini, president of epic software, his company is the largest 3D and multimedia…

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epic software Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary

The Woodlands, TX - November 19, 2005 - On November 15, 2005 the epic software group celebrated its 15 Year Anniversary in business with a Texas sized BBQ at the studio. Over 100 clients, family and friends came by to to enjoy some beer and brisket cooked by the award winning King of the Coals - CP (also known as Carlton Pierce).  We want to thank all our friends and family for making it a wonderful day.  Below are just a few of the images from our anniversary party. Enjoy! Epic also released…

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Epic Demo Reel

The Woodlands, TX - November 9, 2005 - Most prospective clients ask us to send them our latest 'demo reel', and that has always been a great excuse to have some fun. Rather than just taking a stack of clips and dropping them onto a DVD, we wanted to find a creative way to showcase our work. We hope you enjoy the story and our work. "The Demo Reel represents just a handful of the many projects we have worked on over the past 15 years," said Vic Cherubini, President of epic. If you…

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Director’s Little Sister

Augutst 14, 2005 - Flash was originally designed to create easy Web animations and vector-based graphics. Now, however, the product can create and repurpose motion, sound, interactivity and Web graphics, almost becoming Director's younger sibling. Flash is more Web-oriented, though, able to compress files to an Internet-friendly size, for instance, reformatting and compressing a 5MB PowerPoint show into an 800KB file. In 1999, only five percent of Flash users created presentations with the product,…

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Presentations Magazine - Case Study

CD-ROM PROMOTION BRINGS SUCCESS FOR WIRELESS COMPANY This feature article appeared in the March 2003 issue of Presentations Magazine, page 14. By Stephen Regenold Crown Castle International owns and operates more than 15,000 broadcast and wireless transmission sites in the United States, Australia, and Great Britain. When the company was preparing to announce a major new broadcast innovation called OptiShare technology, its executives wanted a multimedia presentation created for use as the main promotional…

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Multimedia Curriculum for LightWave 3D for Students

The Woodlands, Texas - October 28, 2003 - LightWave 3D is one of the most powerful 3D graphics and animation program on the market today. If you can dream it, you can build it in LightWave. Many of the awesome 3D graphics you see in the movies, on TV and in print were created with LightWave 3D. Yet with power comes complexity. For anyone who has thumbed through the 1000+ page user's manual, or stared at the interface and asked the question "where do I start," LightWave 101-Interactive…

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Epic software group - New Media Newsletter

Tips, Tools, and Techniques you can use-from the artists, animators and programmers at the epic software group. The Woodlands, TX - August 30, 2003 - Welcome - the dog days of summer are upon us, and coupled with the heat and humidity, we have the business press loaded with all sorts of dreadful news. So is this really the best time to launch a newsletter? We think so. These days everyone is looking for ways to stretch their sales and marketing dollars. An idea or two might be just what you need.…

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