SGO has released an open beta version of its first media management, transcoding and delivery application, Mistika Workflows.
SGO said many new features and enhancements have been added to the software. It is newly integrated with Frame.io, Pix and Slack and enables users to connect various parts of their post-production pipeline into one automated process.
A greater level of automation is provided with a new AutoRun functionality launching queued workflows without intervention. New scripting features have also been added such as a Script Editor for Python coding and Python Preset Library providing users to further optimize tasks by creating their own assembled presets.
Additional developments include a new Streaming Universal Paths feature, updated Move and Copy nodes and enhanced Watch Folders.
Mistika Workflows is 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.
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