MOG Presents MAM4Pro

MOG Technologies focus will be on the latest advances for its Production Management Platform with MAM4PRO; a new Professional Media Deck Station; new enhancements to Vizzi, its online video platform.

MAM4Pro is presented by Mog as an enterprise solution designed for managing and executing all media operations (Record, Ingest, Play, Stream, Encode, Transcode and Decode) in a native virtualized environment. MAM4PRO brings to the market a set of software services that focus on asset management, resources management, and media operations.

Models like mediaANALYTICS and editorsPERFORMANCE will “revolutionize your workflow monitoring on performance and productivity” it is claimed. Deployment can be made on a media farm for better optimization of resources and reduced costs.

mDECK is the firm’s appliance to record, ingest, transcode and play in any format of video content.

It supports Avid, OP1a, QT, MP4, XDCAM, XDCAM EX, XAVC, FLV, HLS, MPEG-DASH, WebM, MPEG-DASH WebM, MPEG-TS, Matroska, NDI and IMF formats. Supporting file-based and baseband, with full integration on hybrid workflows, mDECK targets small and medium-sized facilities, that need to switch between operations in short time frames.

Vizzi is a solution to publish, distribute, manage and monetize content. It comes with a content management SaaS and a “top-tier” CDN distribution.

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