top of page

3 items found for ""

  • MiMojo enables mobile filmmakers to easily send and receive video files

    Mobile filmmaking is here to stay, but how can you easily send and receive those video files, especially when collaborating with others on different platforms? That’s where MiMojo comes in. MiMojo is an iOS app designed to help send and receive different video files with your team, especially if they’re dispersed and using different platforms. While your iPhone can film and edit a project, you may only be shooting, but your editor is located in another country and cutting on DaVinci Resolve or VEGAS Pro. You might be thinking that it’s easy to share video files by uploading them to the cloud (Box, Google Drive, iCloud, etc.), which is only partly true. Even if you share those files to a cloud drive, MiMojo really streamlines the process by allowing: Secure bulk uploads made easy, and importantly, the metadata and any captions are preserved. Taking it a step further, you can customize the metadata and captions form. Don’t want excess parts of your clips when uploading? MiMojo allows trimming which saves space, especially if the camera was still rolling at the end of a take. Send clips in full resolution, which is a default feature, but you can lower the resolution if need be. Transcoding can be done in the cloud, including the format, resolution, and frame rate. The Assignment Manager allows those with access to track footage, assign clips, and get important status updates. Being able to upload, trim, transcode, organize, and assign tons of footage, all while maintaining metadata and captions, is crucial for any type of production filming with smartphones. And let's be honest, it isn't easy to share footage. MiMojo solves a huge problem without needing to offload clips onto a laptop, organize it manually, then upload it to a secure location and share it. Anything that can make that easier and 'painless' is what will help any production. There are different pricing tiers for MiMojo, and here's how they break down: Free: 2 GB file size limit, stored data expires after 14 days, download within 7 days, and you can trim video. Professional ($12/month): 200 GB size limit, 1 TB of storage, download within 28 days, trim video, and receive assignments only from those in the Business tier. Business ($23/month): Unlimited file size and storage, transcode in the cloud, custom forms, and Assignment Manager. Enterprise ($23/user per month): Unlimited file size and storage, custom integrations, build teams, transcode in the cloud, custom forms, and Assignment Manager. MiMojo is making its official debut at NAB 2023; you can learn more and sign up for the beta here. View the source version on Redshark:

  • MiMojo for iOS Debuts at BEA and NAB 2023

    MiMojo Provides Easiest Way to Send and Receive Mobile Video for Professional Workflows and ROI; Optimized for Mobile and Designed for Videographers, Editors, Producers and Archivists MiMojo ( today announced it is making its debut at the 2023 Broadcast Education Alliance Conference (BEA) and National Association of Broadcasters Convention (NAB) in Las Vegas next week. MiMojo, developed by seasoned media tech founder and mobile journalist, Mick Reed (Clippn), is a new iOS app designed to streamline the process of sending and receiving mobile video files for videographers, editors, producers and archivists. MiMojo is designed to integrate with other platforms for limitless workflow options and compatibility, and is the first mobile app of its kind to address the rapidly-emerging issue of managing mobile content. MiMojo is also offering customizations for the enterprise, tailored to a media company’s unique needs including enhanced security, custom metadata and caption forms, MAM/CMS integrations and mobile video workflows. MiMojo, which is available for beta testing beginning next month, enables senders to quickly trim media files, add metadata and captions, and seamlessly upload footage, while receivers of the files can change video format specs at the point of download, assign and track footage, and optimize their workflows. Be it a newsroom, editing team, media archive, stock footage service, or user generated content, MiMojo makes the looming tidal wave of mobile content creator footage significantly more manageable, usable, and easier to monetize. Key Features of MiMojo The MiMojo development team leverages deep roots and broad experience in production, post-production and media workflow technologies to develop a professional tool specifically to manage the massive influx of professional video content shot on mobile phones. Key features of MiMojo include: Intuitive Upload Wizard – Provides a simple, secure method for uploading mobile video footage with source metadata and captions; Trim Files on Upload – Allows users to easily trim just the parts they need to send while keeping source file specs, eliminating the need to send large media files; Custom Metadata Form – A customizable metadata and captions form enables users to select the metadata fields they need for their specific workflows and content management systems; Transcoding in the Cloud – Receivers can change formats, frame rates and resolution of files at the point of download based on their specific needs; Assignment Manager – Enables users to assign and track footage, and receive status notifications; Send Full Res by Default – Mobile filmmakers will send the full res files easily without worrying about quality loss, with an option to compress the files in phone for faster upload if slower connection speeds and tighter deadlines demand it. Integration – MiMojo is the best mobile video upload tool and is designed to integrate with other platforms, workflows, and marketplace endpoints for limitless workflows and compatibility; stay tuned for partner announcements. MiMojo is currently in beta testing, with a planned release this summer. Details on pricing will be announced at launch. For more information, or to sign up for the MiMojo beta, please visit Executives from MiMojo will be on hand April 16-17 during BEA 2023 in booth B107 West Hall to provide demonstrations and answer questions about MiMojo and its benefits to mobile journalists, filmmakers, educators, and archivists. View the source version on Creative Cow:

  • MiMojo is a New Pro-Level App for Sending and Receiving Mobile Video

    MiMojo is a new mobile app for iOS designed specifically for mobile filmmakers, documentarians, journalists, and archivists, to make managing the large volume of footage created by content creators who shoot on their phones easier to manage. As smartphones have gotten more reliable, a larger number of mobile content creators have been relying on them to capture footage in the field. But even as the camera systems have gotten better quality and have become easier to use, the systems in place to support that workflow have lagged behind. That is what MiMojo’s developers say, at least. The app, which will become available for beta testing starting in May, bills itself as a platform that allows filmmakers out in the field to quickly trim media files, add metadata and captions, and then upload footage to a central location. On the other end, receivers of the footage can then change video format specifications at the point of download, assign it, and then track it so make managing swaths of footage easier. The technology is explained as particularly helpful for newsrooms, editors with a team of filmmakers who are out in the field, media archivists, and stock footage services as it streamlines a workflow that can easily get convoluted when dealing with the deluge of content that can come in from mobile content creators. “The MiMojo development team leverages deep roots and broad experience in production, post-production, and media workflow technologies to develop a professional tool specifically to manage the massive influx of professional video content shot on mobile phones,” the company says. The platform is designed to be simple and easy to use. On one end, the mobile filmmaker has a secure method to upload mobile video footage withs ource metadata and captions. During the upload process, the content creator can also trim the parts they don’t need while keeping the file source untouched, which allows them to send smaller files and eliminate the issues associated with sending full, large videos over a cellular network. Of note, while the file can be trimmed, MiMojo will send full resolution files by default so that editors on the other end don’t have to worry about quality loss. If desired, uploaders can compress the files on their end before uploading to speed up the process or provide a lighter-weight file for times when cell service might not be the most ideal. Once footage is uploaded, it can be transcoded in the cloud. Editors or archivists on the receiving end of MiMojo can change the format, frame rate, or resolution of the file before downloading it, again making an easier and more customizable workflow that is designed to save time. Footage can be assigned and tracked through MiMojo and organizers can receive status notifications as well. The company says it is also designed to integrate with existing platforms, workflows, and marketplace endpoints so that it doesn’t create additional barriers to workflows that it’s trying to simplify. MiMojo is also part of the Content Authenticity Initiative which has the goal of assuring the provenance of footage can be confirmed. As mentioned, the app will go into beta starting next month and once launched it will be available for free (with limited functionality) but starts as low as $12 for paid users. At present, MiMojo is only available for iOS devices. View source version on PetaPixel:

bottom of page