Inter BEE 2013 TV: Kyoshin Communications showcasing and conducting daily demos of Mistika tool box capable of everything from editing, compositing, and painting to finishing all on the same timeline

2013.11.13 UP

SGO’s Mistika

Kyoshin Communications (booth 7101) is showcasing Mistika, a complete solution tool box for everything from editing, compositing, restoration, and painting to effects, subtitling and finishing, all on the same timeline.
Mistika provides flexible support for a variety of formats from the current HD to the future 4K/8K+. At the booth, they are conducting Mistika stage demos at 11:40 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00, 3:00, and 4:00 (approx. 30 min. each). For separate demonstrations, please inquire with the company’s sales staff.

Mistika is a 4K/8K-compatible ultra high-definition video solution by the Spanish company SGO. It provides tools for editing, conforming, on-screen text, unlimited layer compositing, image restoration, color grading, and more, all on the same timeline. Plus, it is capable of real-time processing up to 5K resolution and supports RAW file formats for cameras from all major companies.
Mistika also supports Stereo 3D and was used in the film ”The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” (directed by Peter Jackson, 2013), which garnered attention as a 3D film shot utilizing a high frame rate. The film was nominated, based on its editing work, to receive an Innovation Award given by IBC2013, which was held starting September 13th.
Mistika offers the three solutions Post, On-Set, and Air. Mistika Post is a flexible finishing system designed for post-production. Mistika On-Set is a fully-featured, laptop-based application enabling the creation of looks, editing, effects, and more. Mistika Air supports highly parallel processing of multiple codecs for working on ultra high-resolution TV productions.

Kyoshin is also showing other products from their lineup including non-linear editing systems by a number of companies such as Avid Technology, Adobe Systems, and Grass Valley; file-sharing systems utilizing both SAN and NAS servers; and encoders and transcoders enabling the creation of file-based archiving systems.