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Direkt release history

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Direkt release history

FirmwareFeatureFeature notes
4.12_AES 67 as intercom interfaceUse AES67 for intercom
4.11_Dektec capture card (configurable i/o SDI-card)New SDI capture cards from Dektec, the cards offer bi-directional SDI i/o
4.10_IP input: relaxed mpeg-ts compatibility mode for e.g. non-compliant ffmpeg streamsAdding better support when receiving video from encoders with a more relaxed MPEG-ts.
4.10_Bonded ISS and 4-wire (experimental)Network bonding for ISS and intercom, experimental implementation
4.10_SRT on Netvideo inputsBetter handling of non-compliant ffmpeg streams (receive from vmix, kiloview or similar)
4.10_RTSPRTSP on Netvideo input, non experimental
ISSUser bug reportsAllows customers to send user bug reports through ISS
4.9_Extended Ember+ supportAdditional features and functionality
4.8_Synchronised streamsUse NTP precise timing for remote production
4.8_SRT on Netvideo inputsMore relaxed SRT-input to solve compatibility issues
4.7_Ultra low latency (sub 0.5sec)New encoding mode with sub 0,5 seconds glass to glass latency
4.7_Distribution delayAdd delay to specific destinations, works with all outgoing protocols (push and on request)
4.7_4-wireSupport for multiple simultaneous USB audio interfaces
4.6_Physical video mixer controller (Streamdeck)Support for Streamdeck physical control surface
4.6_Netvideo in - clock driftBetter support for incoming video from external encoders
4.6_HTTPSFeature-complete custom HTTPS certificates
4.6_MistserverUpgrade of Mistserver and adding streaming server
4.6._New Rack+ AMD hardwareSupporting new AMD hardware for more powerful Rack+ (Direkt link & Direkt router)
4.6._Receiver bondingExperimental implementation of receiver bonding (multiple ISPs on decoder)
4.5_AWSSupport for Direkt on AWS instance
4.5_SRTFeature complete
4.5_BRT™ with ARQ implementationOfficial ARQ support
4.5_NetvideoSupport RTMP pull on Netvideo inputs

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