The worldwide community of the UG has come together to explain why the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) exists and how it works… in 9 languages.
The UG has published a glossary for terms used in packaging and delivery operations.
The UG has published best practices on authoring multichannel audio track files, including the use of the MCA framework to label and routing audio channels.
The UG has published a new version of its timecode best practices.
Based on feedback from users and implementers, timecode tracks are now prohibited in IMF Track Files:
- processors that create Track Files shall not emit MXF Timecode tracks in any IMF Track File.
- processors that validate Track Files shall warn but not reject an IMF Track File if it contains an MXF Timecode track.
- In all other cases, processors shall ignore MXF Timecode tracks
By popular demand, we have scheduled a repeat performance of our IMF 101 Tutorial on May 11 at 9 AM Pacific Time.
Getting started with component-based workflows? Interested in learning more about IMF? Join us for a primer and a series of tutorials using the latest products on the market.
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Tired of writing down IMF delivery requirements on sticky notes? Vexed by IMF delivery requirements documented in random emails and PDF files?
The IMF Delivery Schema defines machine-readable delivery requirements for IMF!