Mitti is a modern, feature-packed but easy-to-use pro video cue playback solution for theatre, audiovisual shows, performances, and exhibitions.
Nice, easy and powerful
Mitti has a clear, intuitive, uncluttered user interface with an easy to learn and use workflow, on top of the modern, 64bit, low-latency audio and a really powerful GPU-accelerated video playback engine driven by it’s robust, SMPTE-time-speaking internal clock.
Various Cue Types & Cue-level Preferences
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, audio output and transition settings.
Works the way you want
In Mitti’s Playlist Preferences you can define default times for Fade-In/Outs and Transitions, as well as the default SMPTE format and SMPTE offset.
Besides of that, Mitti also allows you to define default states for Cues that match your workflow. Always want to apply Transitions or Fade-Ins? Need to always stop playback once a Cue has been finished? Not a problem, you can set that for your Cues globally and – of course – also individually.
Mitti’s playback engine can be easily 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.
Multi-screen Video Output
Mitti supports fullscreen output on multiple displays, with individual 4-corner warping on each output and edge blending settings. Managing double- or triple-wide outputs never been so easy before!
Remote controllable by MIDI / OSC / DMX
Mitti is remote controllable by MMC (MIDI Machine Control) and MSC (MIDI Show Control) commands as well as hardware and software MIDI controllers, has an extensive OSC API and also remote controllable by Art-Net (DMX over Ethernet).
The update mainly focusing on bug fixes, namely:
anamorphic movies now render correctly,
fixed performance problems with driving multiple 4k outputs,
fixed playback problems with high-resolution HAP videos,
and a couple of other rendering problem are fixed.