At the forefront of MOG's offerings, the MAM4PRO solution takes center stage, showcasing its latest enhancements, including advanced AI-powered object recognition algorithms that precisely detect and categorise objects within video frames.
MOG Technologies is set to unveil its cutting-edge offerings at the upcoming International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) 2023, scheduled to occur from September 15 to 18. With an extensive array of solutions spanning Multicloud, Hybrid, and On-Prem environments, MOG is empowering media professionals to streamline their workflows and embrace the future of media management.
A standout in MOG’s repertoire, the MAM4PRO solution incorporates advanced AI-driven object recognition algorithms, enabling precise identification and categorisation of objects within video frames. This technology also includes sophisticated scene detection algorithms, facilitating accurate video segmentation and cataloguing based on contextual shifts.
The AI embedded in MAM4PRO boasts additional capabilities, such as sentiment analysis and age prediction. Concurrently, MOG is set to enhance its MAM solution’s metadata processing capabilities, introducing features like speech-to-text transcription, language detection, OCR for text extraction, timecode generation, automatic tagging, and keyword suggestions.
MOG has also confirmed the arrival of Main Concept’s VVC/H.266 technology into all its integrated solutions, promising “enhanced compression and superior visual fidelity.” This new compression standard enables real-time streaming in 8K60 using MainConcept VVC, while retaining the capability to handle 4K and lower resolutions. This technology opens doors for video processing in high resolutions across diverse environments, including medicine, digital signage, advertising technology, video games, and virtual reality.
At IBC 2023, MOG will continue to emphasise the value of its cloud offerings, including a cloud archiving service equipped with world-class encryption, redundancy, intuitive media management, and automated file migration from LTO and Deep-Archive tapes to Cloud Archiving. This ecosystem facilitates processes like dailies delivery during shoots, allowing editors to efficiently cut and select essential content via proxy.
MOG is also at the forefront of supporting multi-cloud environments, a growing trend for companies seeking to mitigate risks associated with relying solely on one cloud provider. During the event, the company will demonstrate its ability to ensure portability across microservices, presenting the substantial cost-saving advantages of its proposition.