Woody's new feature explained
The new version of the popular camera ingest tool adds several features in order to improve ingest workflows for broadcasters and post-production facilities. All the new features in Woody in2it 2.7, make Woody in2it a more efficient software for journalists or operators who need to ingest various audio, video and graphics files in a shared post-production environment.
Users can now use the ‘merge clips’ feature to create one target clip from the user's selection during ingest. This feature is available for the different target modes: Avid Interplay, Avid Editor, A/V File + Metadata and Cantemo Portal. In Avid Interplay mode, Edit while ingest is supported. The administrator of Woody in2it can now use the new parameters to determine how audio tracks are managed during ingest. In particular, it is now possible to define a minimum number of audio tracks for target clips. In case of source media containing less audio tracks than expected, Woody in2it will automatically generate silent audio tracks.
In order to offer a single tool to handle all the various ingest tasks, Woody Technologies is constantly adding the support of new camera card types and video format in the new version. Canon C300 Mark II cameras are now supported, as well as Sony A7s and all cameras using Sony XAVC structure.
DNxHD36 and DNxHD185x codecs have also been added as target formats available in the conditional transcoding rules of Woody in2it.
The new FTP delivery mode allows distant ingest with Woody in2it. According to the configured ingest profiles, media and metadata can be delivered to FTP, FTPS or SFTP server.
In order to make easier the integration between Woody in2it and all Media Asset Management systems, the metadata handling has been improved to offer more details about the source and target files, as well as the ingest process.
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