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From Square Box Systems Ltd.:
Designed for both standalone and networked operation, CatDV is highly scalable so it meets the needs of everyone from individuals all the way through to studios and large production houses. Despite its name (and the ubiquitousness of the DV format), CatDV is designed for all kinds of digital video and media files, not just DV but also including MPEG-2, MXF, MPEG-4, HDV, Uncompressed, WMV, OMFI, JPEG, WAV, and much more.
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