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Sony Catalyst Browse & Prepare Suite 2024.1

June 6, 2024 - Software
Sony Catalyst Browse & Prepare Suite 2024.1

Catalyst Browse, a cross-platform viewing and logging tool for all Sony Pro formats, offers streamlined media management that simplifies your workflow and secures your content. Catalyst Prepare – The fast, simple, reliable path from camera to post.

Catalyst Prepare takes care of all of your media prep needs:
– View your media directly from a camera, deck, or card reader
– Make a full-volume backup with checksum verification
– Organize clips into bins
– Batch copy clips
– Batch transcode clips
– Make color adjustments and apply looks
– Set in/out points
– Establish multichannel audio assignments
– Batch upload clips Ci, the Sony video cloud service
– Assemble a rough cut with the Storyboard feature

Catalyst Browse
The complex world of media production requires powerful media management. Catalyst Browse, a cross-platform viewing and logging tool for all Sony Pro formats, offers streamlined media management that simplifies your workflow and secures your content.

Catalyst Browse is a media assistant that lets you browse files from your Sony camera, deck, or card reader with detailed views of individual clips; see and edit media metadata; accurately view video using source colour space, and apply colour correction and colour looks. Once you’ve selected the clips you need, you can copy them to a local hard drive or connected NAS, upload to Sony Media Cloud Services Ci, transcode to a variety of formats, as well as create, ingest, and export Sony Professional Disc clip lists.

Browse
Quickly browse files on your device using a visual thumbnail view or detailed list.

View
See the details of each clip, check focus, mark in and out points, adjust colours, and edit metadata.

Fast Copy
Copy all clips on the media, a subset, or only the desired portion of a clip to save time and space.

Ultra Wide Colour Gamut
Review with confidence the full range of colour captured by your S-Log and RAW Sony cameras. Apply colour correction, and import/export standard ASC-CDL files with other workflow tools to save time.

Clip Lists
Create, import, and export Sony Professional Disc clip lists for quick play-out needs.

Transcode and Cloud
Transcode clips to a variety of video production formats. Upload clips directly to the Sony Ci Media Cloud Services for collaborative team review.

Catalyst Browse system requirements

A 64-bit operating system: Microsoft® Windows 10 or Windows 11; macOS 10.15 (Catalina), 11 (Big Sur)*, or 12 (Monterey)*
*Intel processors only.
2 GHz multicore processor
An 8-core processor is recommended for 4K media
An Ivy Bridge Core i7 with Quick Sync Video or Xeon E5 processor is recommended for XAVC S media
A Kaby Lake Core i7 processor with Quick Sync Video is recommended for 4:2:0 XAVC HS media and required for 8k media
An Ice Lake Core i7 processor with Quick Sync Video is recommended for 4:2:2 XAVC HS media and required for 8k media
500 MB hard-disk space for program installation
Solid-state disk (SSD) or high-speed RAID for 4K or larger media
4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended for 4K or larger media)

The XAVC Long 422 3840×2160 200 Mbps (Sony) transcoding presets require 16 GB or more RAM. If you’re using a dedicated GPU, the presets also require 4 GB or more GPU memory.
NVIDIA, AMD/ATI, or Intel GPU with support for OpenCL 1.1 or later with at least 1024 MB of memory or a CPU with SSE 4.2 or higher
OpenGL 2.1 is recommended for optimum performance
OpenGL 4.1 is required for video stabilization/lens breathing compensation
2 GB GPU memory is recommended for 4K preview, HD rendering, or HD video stabilization/lens breathing compensation
6 GB of GPU memory is recommended for decoding XAVC S or XAVC HS media, and we recommend using the latest GPU driver version from NVIDIA, AMD/ATI, or Intel. macOS provides software decoding of XAVC S or XAVC HS media.
6 GB GPU memory is recommended for 4K rendering
8 GB GPU memory is recommended for 8K rendering or 4K video stabilization/lens breathing compensation
10 GB GPU memory is recommended for 8K video stabilization/lens breathing compensation

More Info

 

Thanks to UZ1 release

 

(Installer with medicine) x64

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