SGO’s MAMBA FX Now Available on Linux

In response to market feedback, SGO takes another major development step forward with the release of its Linux version of MAMBA FX. With the ability to already run under Microsoft Windows, Mamba FX is now available on Linux for all 64-bit distributions on PC hardware of various configurations.

SGO’s CEO Miguel Angel Doncel says “SGO’s innovative development reflects our passionate commitment in delivering the best to all compositors. To be able run Mamba FX on various platforms such as Linux really benefits our users. Many customers informed us that they needed to be able to operate Mamba FX on Linux for affordability and seamless flexibility.  Mamba FX for Linux now delivers this.”

Mamba FX is SGO’s innovative compositing software, successfully launched at IBC 2013, and displays an intuitive node-based graphic interface delivering an integral visual effects suite with unlimited compositing layers and effects. Although Mamba FX includes many effects as standard, it can also be extended with OFX plug-ins or additional options from SGO. These options include DCP creation and access to SGO’s unsurpassed stereo correction tools.

Mamba FX is available to order online at http://www.sgo.es/shop which also provides access to tutorials and forum support.

Please visit the following links for further information:

Manual: https://www.sgo.es/shop/index.php?route=account/download
Support: http://www.sgo.es/tickets/
Forums: http://www.sgo.es/forums/forumdisplay.php?52-SGO-Mamba-FX-Forums

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ABOUT SGO – SGO is a well-established and leading developer of Mistika post production systems and workflow solutions, including the recently introduced MAMBA FX compositing software, for the film and broadcast industries, supported by specialist technology partners such as HP and NVIDIA. SGO is a global organisation expanding rapidly with offices and reseller partners around the world.




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