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Toon Boom Animation, the Montreal, Canada-based company behind software used widely in the animation industry, is taking steps to ensure that artists at studios and schools can continue to use its software remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

Toon Boom will be providing studios and educational institutions free 30-day home use licenses for their staff, teachers, and students. This is in response to studios and schools which have had to shut down their physical locations due to coronavirus and ask artists to work remote.

The offer is available to active/current Toon Boom users of Harmony and Storyboard Pro, and will be valid from Friday, March 13, to Friday April 17. For more details on how to take advantage of the offer, visit the Toon Boom website.

Toon Boom is used in the production of many high-profile productions including Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure, the Oscar-winning short Hair Love, seven-time Annie Award-winning Klaus, and Makoto Shinkai’s Weathering with You, among hundreds of other productions.

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Amid Amidi is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Cartoon Brew.

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