Atomos Announce "Atomos Videogram" the Future of Pro Content Delivery and Promotion

Atomos have worked with Videogram to create a dedicated destination ( whereby we will take videographer footage and allow them to create Videograms for free.

Videogram is an award winning platform for discovery, engagement and monetizing of online video. Set to be a huge deal for filmmakers, the online platform takes an existing Vimeo or YouTube video and creates a pictorial summary based on an advanced algorithm, leaving the viewer with a tiled summary of the entire clip by scene, with tile sizes reflecting importance. The process is simple and automated with a dashboard to fine tune to the videographer's preference. The format allows the user to pick and choose where to start watching and in turn share, like and comment on just that section of the video. Filmmakers could have their demo reel on Videogram and know from the analytics which parts in particular are creating engagement with potential clients, Sports broadcasters can use it to create single page summaries of the game, and Wedding videographers can use Videogram to succinctly convey the mood of the event they have captured.

Atomos have worked with Videogram to create a dedicated destination ( whereby we will take videographer footage and allow them to create Videograms for free.

"I truly believe the industry has been screaming for this type of pictorial story telling, obsoleting the one tile per video we are used to and actually allowing users to navigate to parts of their pro video or commercial content visually and play that content with the click of a button. Atomos customers and any content creation professional can utilize this amazing service to showcase their work with viewers consuming in the most advanced way ever." said Jeromy Young CEO of Atomos.

"With Atomos Videogram you can showcase your videos in the Videogram format at no cost to you." said Sandeep Casi, founder of Videogram. "Videogram is a revolutionary user experience format that Showtime, Sony, Capital Records, Turner, Warner, CBS, ABC, Disney, Fox, HBO and others have field tested and are preparing to deploy. Atomos is the leading edge technology brand for producing high resolution pro quality content, now we bring you that leading edge for the consumer experience of your content."

The Founder of Videogram, Sandeep Casi will be presenting at the Atomos 4K Dome (Central Hall, C8825) on Wednesday and Thursday at NAB


Atomos Shogun Ready to Support RAW 4K and 1080p60 from the Canon EOS C300 Mark II

Confirming recent rumors Canon have announced the C300 Mark II 4K movie camera, based on the previous C300, but more durable and with the Dual DIGIC DV5 processor. By adding an Atomos Shogun to the C300 MkII filmmakers have the perfect internal MPEG and external 4K raw to Apple ProRes/Avid DNxHR or Cinema DNG combo. "The Cinema EOS range is the workhorse of the modern production environment. The Shogun turns the C300 MkII workhorse into a race horse, recording direct from the RAW sensor output of the camera to Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR." said Jeromy Young CEO and co-founder of Atomos. "We can now process from sensor to record and all the way to final production covering industry standard edit codecs and RAW workflow – Shogun is a must for this camera." With the Atomos Shogun, C300 MkII users will gain: - Ready to record 10bit from the C300 MkII 4K Raw output direct to ProRes 4K, Avid DNxHR 4K or Cinema DNG up to 4K and UHD 30p. Available Q2 2015. - Record 10 bit HD 1080p up to 60fps video from the SDI or HDMI outputs. - Note Canon Cannot output 4K or UHD over HDMI or SDI only 1080p60 video - Does output 4K raw over single SDI 3G. - Usual monitor features - Atomos CFast cards ready for action! The Shogun brings a host of monitoring, playback and deck functionality all designed to make camera setup, shot setup and work in post production easier. And new C300 MkII users can stock up on Atomos CFast cards available in both 64GB and 128GB to keep production costs even lower.

Atomos Expands 4K Line-up & Breaks the $300 Barrier for HD Range

At IBC, Atomos demonstrates for the first time the 4K 3RU Shogun Studio for Broadcast & Live events, free Shogun upgrades including Canon Raw & Motion Blur time lapse, the 4K HDMI Ninja Assassin at $1295 and price changes on the HD range which see a world first Pro-Res/DNxHR monitor-recorder under $300.