MOG Has Full Support For ProRes

MOG Technologies has announced full support of ProRes formats in products like MAM4PRO, mDECK and mxfSPEEDRAIL. This allows users to natively encode and decode high-quality ProRes content, with significantly reduced video file sizes while preserving full-frame 10-bit 4:2:2 quality.

Products are now supporting Apple ProRes 4444 XQ, ProRes 4444, ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, ProRes 422 LT, and ProRes 422 Proxy. These will also include high dynamic range modes HLG and HDR10 (2084 PQ) for better video experience, when available.

MOG is committed to keeping up with the latest technological industry demands, so our clients are armed with the right tools to continue doing what they do best.” - said Luís Miguel Sampaio, CEO at MOG. “We’re delivering best-in-class service functionality with officially licensed and certified ProRes formats, guaranteeing smooth workflow deliverability and reduced production times.” 

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