About pre-releases (read me!)
Before you download and use a pre-release version, make sure to check the READ ME article to know how to use pre-release versions and their limitations.
M|Replay (Intel version)
M|Replay (Universal version)
- Full Compatibility with macOS Big Sur (11.0).
- Universal application for better performances on Apple M1 Silicon computers. Make sure to read the following article for more info on compatibility with M1 computers.
- NEW: The maximum session duration is now 25h (was 9h).
- NEW: Loop Recording to allow for continuous recording (ideal for timeshifting)
- NEW: SKAARHOJ XC8: Added the ability to connect multiple XC8 to one M|Replay. Simply configure multiple XC8 to connect to the same IP address.
- IMPROVED: Updated AJA (v16), Blackmagic-Design (v12) and Deltacast (v6.16) SDKs.
- FIXED: When using UHD or 4K, session configuration now remembers if it's single link, quad link, etc...
- FIXED: Issues with Deltacast configuration in UHD and 4K
- FIXED: SKAARHOJ XC8: Some buttons did not lit up immediately
- FIXED: The Audio VU meters display settings could be ignored when creating a new session
Warnings and Important modifications
- M|Family: Download the Deltacast drivers from our website. Download the universal version if you are on an Apple Silicon Mac, and the intel version if not.
- ❗Known Issues:
- With the universal version, deinterlacing does not work, so if you use interlaced format, and do a pause, you will see the 2 frames simultaneously. Also, slow motion quality will not be as good as previous version. We will restore deinterlacing before the release, but if you are using an intel Mac, prefer to download the intel version.
- Loop recording: This is work in progress, and when using loop recording, you won't be able to use the clips in the playlist. Only external clips.
- There is currently a bug in QuickTime X and Final Cut Pro with files longer than 12 hours. They will play without audio. But the audio is recorded in the file, and if you export a shorter duration from M|Replay, you'll be able to access to it, but exporting or sending to Final Cut Pro X won't work for sessions longer than 12hours.
- Creating the header for a 25hours file can take some time. The session will work immediately, but the send to Final Cut Pro X or reading the files directly won't work until the header is created.