MXF Development Toolkit to make your tasks easier.
4K/HD enabled toolkit with support for AVC Ultra, DNxHR and XAVC.
Offering you an award-winning MXF development toolkit
Target the most common MXF use cases and benefit from a comprehensive and multi-platform SDK.
A set of MXF-enabled software components built on top of the MXF::SDK. This development tool provides simple programming interfaces designed to target the most common MXF use cases.
The MXF::SDK is a Software Development Kit that implements the SMPTE MXF Standard. This robust C++ implementation will help you to reduce the development time and reduce your time-to-MXF-Market.
Built specifically for the GXF developed by Grass Valley Group and then standardized by SMPTE, GXF::SDK is adapted for users that want to perform extensive GXF development.
Wide network of customers around the globe.
Did you know that…
MOG engineering team has actively participated in the development of the MXF standard since 2000.
In 2002 we applied the gathered and matured know-how to develop the first commercially available MXF Software Product – the award winning MXF::SDK.
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We do. Currently, we have around 20 different demos that show how to use the SDK to perform various tasks.
We have a demo in the MXF::SDK distribution that explains I/O management while creating a MXF file.
It reads data from a file but it can be very easily transformed to use sockets (replace FileDataSource/FileDataSink for appropriate code that uses sockets).
The MXF::SDK is a comprehensive C++ implementation of the SMPTE MXF standard. It is targeted to developers who need full access to all MXF mechanisms. The mxfComponentSuite is targeted to the most common use cases.
In technical terms, we propose the MXF::SDK for users that want to perform extensive MXF development and that need to have fine control on data access and data manipulation. While the mxfComponentSuite is built for users that need a high-level access to MXF, well-defined MXF functionalities, and a simple API.