SGO continues to upgrade brand new Mistika Workflows, bringing users with functionality enhancements throughout the software, contributing to greater flexibility and customization of Media Management, Transcoding and Delivery processes.
Mistika Workflows now strengthens productive color-managed pipelines by automatically applying color space conversions when transcoding media. To further simplify the user experience, comprehensive online help documentation can be accessed directly from the software interface.
Delivery processes are also being boosted such as integrating a new Vimeo upload node. Among the many other improvements in this latest Open Beta release, you will find nodes for DNxHR and Sony, newly added RAW parameters to the Canon node, Phantom RAW Support and an improved Watch Folder node that is now able to act recursively and support subfolders.
With revised Render Log and Validation Inspector tabs, users are now able to organize the messages by severity, time or description. In addition, the Tool Bar is now fully customizable with the ability to create new menus with Python Scripting.
To facilitate easier and more efficient Python Scripting, SGO has published a Mistika Python Extension Library that can be accessed through this LINK.
Mistika Workflows will be officially released on 7 May 2020 with two online live events at 09:00 and 18:00 (UTC/GMT). Make sure to sign up in advance as places for the Mistika Workflows: Media Management Reinvented session are limited. Sign up now by clicking on the session of your choice below:
Mistika Workflows is completely free of charge during the Open Beta period and available to everyone wanting to test-drive it and give their feedback on pre-release versions. Join the 30-day Open Beta program by clicking on the button below.
At the end of the Open Beta testing, Mistika Workflows will be available online through the SGO Shop based on a pay-per-use business model with flexible payment options from just Euro €49 a month.