AtomosOS releases new OS for Shogun users

Company adds FS700 RAW, FS7 RAW and more to free OS
The new OS will give additional features for Shogun users.
The new OS will give additional features for Shogun users.

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Atomos, an Australian company that specialises in technology for content creation, has released the latest version of its operating system for users of its Shogun external recorder.

The new OS, called AtomOS6.4, has an additional eight features including FS700 & FS7 4K-DCI RAW to ProRes/DNxHR record.

"We have unleashed thousands of dollars of value for free," said Jeromy Young, CEO and co-founder of Atomos.

"Features like RAW transform the FS700 from a HD camera to a 4K camera with accurate colours and real conversion to REC709 for the best ProRes and DNxHR recording. The anamorphic de-squeeze adds even more functionality to the Panasonic GH4, Playlist converts the Shogun into an affordable play out server on set and time lapse gives a creative edge to all of our users in the field."

New featueres include anamorphic de-squeeze including 2x, 1.5x, 1.33x and Panasonic 8:3 modes; pre-roll recording (up to 8s in HD and 2s in 4K); custom time lapse recording; LUTs able to be applied on output, in recording, on screen & split screen; and playlist generation of all clips on the disk, user selected clips, cut edited favourite clips or a combination of both.

The new OS also features expanded meta data tagging with wide shot, close up, talent 1 or 2, over exposed, bad audio, colour correction and cut away.

The AtomOS6.4 update is available for free download from www.atomos.com/support

 

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