Hosting sessions at its stand for colourists, compositors and editors, SGO is doing something a little bit different this IBC.
Topics include how to succeed in a competitive post market, opportunities for small and medium-sized commercial facilities, challenges of delivering high production-value long-form drama and documentaries, as well as workflows used in some blockbusters. SGO is also addressing emerging technologies such as high frame rates, high dynamic range and virtual reality.
In addition, the company is demonstrating the latest tools in its Mistika post production system for colour grading, compositing and delivery, as well as Mamba FX compositing software for Mac, Windows or Linux. SGO emphasised that both are resolution, colour-space and frame-rate independent, and offer realtime performance in formats such as 4K/60p.
Latest developments on show include colour grading features aimed at working to the Mistika Precision control surface. A new media management sub-system is also being launched, along with new features that allow transparent migration between colour spaces.
SGO noted that it continues to develop Mistika and Mamba FX with the guidance and feedback of its customers. It also offers a one-to-one bespoke support service.