The MiMojo video upload tool for iOS will be presented at NAB. It is aimed at (documentary) filmmakers, editors, producers and archivists and is intended to make sending and receiving mobile video recordings more efficient in a professional environment. MiMojo provides cloud storage for this purpose, over which the transfer runs, but apparently also offers integrations with other cloud platforms as well as customized solutions for larger companies incl. customizable metadata and subtitle functions as well as MAM/CMS support.
MiMojo App for iPhone and iPad
When uploading video, clips can be trimmed to relevant sections and required metadata/subtitles added. Recipients of the video files, such as in a newsroom, can transcode (formats, resolution, frame rate), assign footage and track video formats as they download. By default, video uploads are full resolution, but optionally files can be compressed in the mobile for faster transfer.
A beta version of MiMojo will be available for testing next month, and the official release is planned for the summer. Depending on the features, the subscription prices are staggered - there is a free mini account with 2GB size limit, for per month files can be up to 200GB in size with a total storage limit of 1TB, while the package is unlimited.