MIST becomes a Netflix Post Technology Alliance product, assuring facility operators that MIST meets the Netflix delivery specifications.
Geneva, September 14, 2018 – Marquise Technologies announces that MIST, the renowned mastering solution for high-end deliveries is now a Post Technology Alliance product. The Post Technology Alliance is a program created by Netflix ensuring that products meet current Netflix delivery specifications for their Encoding & IMF Packaging workflow, and commit to future technological innovation.
With its pioneering work on the support of the Netflix standard of choice, IMF App. #2e, MIST allows Netflix post-production partners to process their content with confidence. In addition to its mastering and versioning capabilities, MIST offers a full set of validation and quality control tools and fully integrates Photon.
MIST provides all the necessary tools to produce industry deliverables, from RAW data to DCP, also including ProRes, AS-02, AS-10, AS-11 DPP, in ACES or in HDR. MIST is also a certified solution for Dolby Vision Packaging & Quality Control and supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Cinema.
As a Post Technology Alliance partner, Marquise Technologies also works in alignment with Netflix’s technology roadmap and makes upfront validation of MIST’s updates in order to provide its customers with better quality, service, and support.
“We are proud to work closely with Netflix for the innovation of post-production workflows and provide our customers with solutions always more efficient for the delivery of high-end content. With this partnership, we will continue our goal to support the numerous facilities embracing IMF workflows today”, commented Laurence Stoll, CEO of Marquise Technologies.
“At Netflix, empowering our creative partners is incredibly important, and the Post Technology Alliance will build a more seamless experience from production through post-production,” said Chris Fetner, director of post partnerships & integrations at Netflix. “Products that bear the logo are committed to better interoperability and faster innovation cycles, which will allow artists to focus their energy on what matters most—the storytelling.”