Our playout solutions v.4.0 support macOS Catalina (10.15.7), macOS Big Sur (11.7.1) and macOS Monterey (12.6.x) on Intel-based Mac's Macs and Apple silicon-based Mac minis / Mac Studios/ Mac Pros.
Version 4.1 adds support for macOS Ventura (13.x) on Intel-based Mac's and Apple silicon-based Mac minis / Mac Studios / Mac Pros. We have partially tested compatibility with macOS Catalina (10.15.7) and expect that customers will be able to use this version of the macOS with v.4.1.
Microphone: Make sure to allow just:out Just Out to access the Microphone. Otherwise, there will be no audio at the output during a Live Event.
Full Disk Access: Make sure to activate Full Disk Access for just:connect and just:out Just Connect and Just Out. Otherwise, setting changes will not be saved, causing all kinds of unexpected behaviour while using the applications.
Always update the macOS operating system to the latest available version.
Disable “Automatically keep my Mac up to date” afterwards.
Press the “Advanced…” button and disable all other automatic updates.
We recommend not that you refrain from using any sharing service, unless required.
When using Screen Sharing, make sure that the screen resolution does not change whenever connecting from another machine.
We recommend disabling Remote Login, Remote Management, and Apple Events because they can cause some serious issues.
We recommend using TeamViewer HOST for remote management and file copying.
Turn AirPlay Receiver OFF here, in case your macOS version supports it.
The TOA System Checker is located on the installation disk image. It allows you to easily verify the settings of the most important System Preferences and also validates if the used hardware is sufficient qualified and supported.
You can run the TOA System Checker application directly from the disk image.
The TOA System Checker application takes some time to validate things and displays errors, warnings, and recommendations.