MOG joins Panasonic partner program on 4K workflows

Formalization on the “4K Workflows” partnership level a natural step says MOG Technologies.
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MOG Technologies has announced it is set to join as one of Panasonic “4K Workflows Partners”. Being a pioneer on the support for Panasonic devices and codecs, the formalization on the “4K Workflows” partnership level was a natural step said MOG Technologies in a press statement.

MOG had been collaborating with Panasonic since its first steps back in 2007. The company is a P2, and AVC-Ultra Partner due to the developments made both on its MXF media libraries and mxfSPEEDRAIL central ingest system on the last decade.

Currently, both mxfSPEEDRAIL and SKYWATCH systems are supporting the VariCam 4K workflow, including all the AVC-Intra 4K formats and Memory Card Drive, AU-XPD1 and AU-XPD3. The support also extends to Compact Cinema Camera AU-EVA1.

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