08.22.2007 12:00 AM
MOG Solutions to Show Automated Ingest for Moving MXF to Avid Environments
The new Toboggan MediaTransfer solution allows users to automatically move MXF media (video, audio and metadata) into an AVID workflow. Toboggan MediaTransfer was designed for both Workgroups 4 (MediaManager) and Workgroups 5 (Interplay) environments, yet it can run in either a workgroup or standalone configuration.

Toboggan MediaTransfer features include one-touch ingest operation, background file ingest of media files, hot-folder and hot-swap modes, automation interfaces, plus GUI for remote and local control.

Support for MXF SD & HD devices include Grass Valley Infinity, Ikegami EditCam, Panasonic P2, Sony XDCAM, and others. Supported Avid applications include Media Composer, NewsCutter, Symphony Nitris, Nearchive, Unity ISIS , Unity MediaNetwork, and LANShare.

“MXF is today the de facto interchange format for creating a professional tapeless workflow in video productions.” said Vitor Teixeira, VP of Product Development and Sales at MOG Solutions. “Avid was one of the first companies to realize this future and has fully adopted MXF, and Toboggan MediaTransfer is a gateway for Avid to support any MXF file in the market.”

MOG Solutions will be at Stand 7.748.

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