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What is new in Mistika Workflows 10.2.1 Open Beta


Alba Manzanas
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Hi everyone,

A new pre-release of Mistika Workflows is now available. This latest upgrade introduces many new and improved functionalities, additional task and input nodes and several other exciting enhancements throughout the software. 


What is New in Mistika Workflows 10.2.1?

Here is the complete list of new features, and improvements made to this new version:

Complex media delivery packages (“Megapacks”)

  • New support for Panasonic 8KP2 media packs, including import/export from/to P2 and 8KP2 cards, XML metadata modification, P2 serial number assignment, and copying to multiple (x5) 8KP2 cards according to the 8KP2 standard. Also with capabilities for joining media packs and the option for generating tapeName from Panasonic user bit data. 
  • Creation of ADI v1.1 and ADI v3.1 (SkyADI) media delivery packages (client customizable nodes)
  • Support for Sony XDROOT as an input node.

New codec support

  • Panasonic AVC intra: Import / Export
  • MXF XAVC: Import / Export
  • BRAW: Blackmagic RAW files Import
  • .ts and .m2t import

Flow control

  • New Auto Trigger node: A periodic timer to trigger the execution of pending workflows via definable time interval.
  • New Serialize inputs node: To send multiple input nodes to a single task node, avoiding the need of duplicating the whole pipeline.
  • Add Root” property added to the Watcher node (active by default). When active, it permits to keep the original folder tree structure of the incoming files, passing the full paths to the next nodes. Not otherwise.  
  • Delete after processing” property added to the Watcher node, for automatic deletion of input files once the workflow has been completed. 
  • Render Logs are now created on separate files, including the date/time of creation in their names. 

Name Convention

  • Highly improved Name Convention, with support for additional syntax fields extracted from media metadata (Tape Name, Color Space, …)
  • Now a different Name Convention can be applied to each workflow.
  • Encoding nodes now include the addTimeStamp option within the properties panel. 
  • Name Convention can be also defined on Input nodes.  


File transfer nodes

  • FTP: New properties “Delete After Transfer” (and “Are You Sure”), “Include / Exclude”,  “New Files Only”. Also a RenameFileList for automatic renaming options.
  • Aspera Client: New targetRate property, allowing the user to define how much bandwidth he wants to dedicate to Aspera file transfers.  There is also a new SSL Certificate login property, and a new RenameFileList property for automatic renaming.

RAW extraction from camera formats

  • Camera RAW nodes (ARRI/R3D/Canon/Sony..) now have a Debayer (From file/ Custom) property, to select between using default debayering extraction or custom settings.

Transcoding nodes

  • The interlaced property now also supports “From Input” 
  • Transcoding nodes are now able to overwrite clip’s TC.
  • All transcoding nodes now allow changing the Tape Name in the Properties panel.
  • Drop Frame/Non Drop Frame/Auto” property added to transcoding nodes. 
  • Common resolution presets added to transcoding nodes.

Miscellaneous

  • New display filter “Watermark'' easy to customize at workflow execution time, either by using a .CSV file (pyCSVtoDFILT node) or by filling the Header/Body/Footer text properties (pyWatermarkCfg node). Python source code is provided to serve as an example about how to modify display filters.
  • ConcatXLS: Merges various XLS files in one. XLS is a popular format for asset management but usually comes in multiple .xls files, and this node permits to concat all of them.
  • Retimer added to transcoders unlocking three new ways of the frame rate modification and conversion.
     
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