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YoYotta Brings YoDailies and Portable YoMobile to IBC 2011

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See YoYo in Action at Tangent Devices (Stand 7.B16) and Sony (Stand 12.A10)

London: Sept. 1, 2011... YoYotta will be showing the latest version of the YoYo postproduction workflow system at IBC 2011 in Amsterdam, Sept. 9-13. Already deployed around the world at major postproduction facilities, the new YoDailies application was recently installed at a major Los Angeles studio for file-based digital dailies workflows. This year at IBC, the YoYo suite can be seen at the Tangent Wave and Sony booths. At the Tangent Wave stand (7.B16), YoYotta will be showing the new YoMobile configuration, which makes use of the new Thunderbolt 10 Gbps interface. YoYo connects to RAID and HD monitoring via Thunderbolt, which makes YoDailies even more portable for on-set use. YoMobile will be shown with the latest Tangent control panels.

YoYo for the F65

At the Sony stand (12.A10) the company will be showing the development of new YoYo workflows for the F65 camera and the SR Master format. The YoYo platform allows users to search for material, transcode and standardize multi-format projects and ensure that the required metadata is made available for online processes. YoYo can resize, colour manage and prepare material for deliverables without tying up expensive online suites. YoYo also allows offline and online comparisons with multiple wipes and mixes ensuring conforms are accurate every time, making it a workhorse system at facilities all over the world. YoYo has been adopted in major studios, labs and post facilities around the world. This versatile system supports multiple workflows within one application, shortening the learning curve, and delivering savings in terms of personnel, time and cost.

Introducing YoDailies

YoDailies is a sophisticated dailies system. The new version adds full colour management and grading capabilities with reference frame match grading and the ability to export grades as CDL, 1D and 3D LUT's. It offers full LUT control on the system's I/O, timecode burn-ins and auto audio syncing for multiple deliverable formats. YoDailies works with digitally acquired source material, as well as scanned film footage. The new application is designed for use both on set and during postproduction. "YoDailies offers comprehensive dailies workflow system and many new features at IBC this year," said Adam Welsh, sales director at YoYotta. "Instead of mixing and matching tools, or investing in expensive dedicated transcoding hardware, production companies are increasingly going for the efficiency and economy of the YoYo software." YoYo can ingest from tape and film and import file-based content including Alexa ARRIRAW, ProRes, RED R3D and DSLR Raw and H.264 formats. YoYo also outputs file and tape deliverables at the end of the creative process. See YoYo at the Tangent booth (7.B16) or the Sony booth (12.A10) at IBC at the RAI exhibition Centre, Sept. 9-13. Contact Adam Welsh,

adam@yoyotta.com

, +44 1279 758285 to schedule an appointment.

About YoYotta

Founded by Martin Greenwood in 2006, YoYotta has created a cost-effective workflow management system for production and postproduction. YoYo gives facilities the ability to manage their data and video workflows, freeing up talent and expensive infrastructure for creative work. YoYotta is a privately held company based in London. For more information, visit

http://www.yoyotta.com

.

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