Imimot, makers of Vezér and CoGe, has introduced a new video cue app for OS X, Mitti.
Mitti supports lots of media types for videos, multi-display setup, and is remote controllable by DMX, OSC and MIDI. It can also be slaved to LTC/MTC timecode, which means it can be easily connected to most major DAWs.
You can create Cues in Mitti from video and still image files of course, as well as a rich-set of inputs, including Cameras, Syphon and NDI sources. Cues have their individual color, video effect and audio settings.
Mitti’s playback engine can be slaved to an external MTC (MIDI Timecode) or LTC (Linear Timecode) SMPTE timecode source to make tight sync with any software or hardware timecode generators, show control solutions or even DAWs.
Pricing and Availability
Mitti is available now for $299. A demo version is also available.