Object Matrix has teamed up with MOG Technologies to develop a new system for ingesting and protecting file-based content.
The integrated set-up is made-up of MOG’s mxfSPEEDRAIL F1000 tapeless media ingest platform and Object Matrix’s intelligent disk-based archive system, MatrixStore.
According to the two companies the new set-up allows for the creation of secure, automated, audited and repeatable workflows that offer the possibility of freeing up staff to concentrate on other tasks.
MOG Technologies marketing and sales director Vitor Teixeira said: “This partnership allows MOG to offer a high performance tapeless system in a true multi-resolution workflow: edit proxy files in Avid editors, backup the media in MatrixStore storage and then get the high-quality sub-clips media available at the editor upon request.”
MOG’s mxfSPEEDRAIL F1000 provides a simple way of moving media between servers and editors. It can ingest tapeless MXF media (video, audio and metadata) from any location into any shared storage solution.
The MatrixStore provides protected and authenticated archiving for post-producers and broadcasters. Features include digital fingerprinting of content, continuous data verification and meta-data extraction.
Nick Pearce, the co-founder of Object Matrix, said: “Working with a forward thinking company like MOG Technologies not only broadens the eco-system of products and applications that can interact with MatrixStore but also offers more advanced workflow options to our customers and the market in general.
MatrixStore and mxfSPEEDRAIL will be demonstrating the intergrated set-up on the MOG Technologies stand at IBC (7.G39)