The /ingest/splitMovie API call now functions correctly.
Updated Blackmagic Decklink drivers to 12.7. If you are using Blackmagic devices, please update your drivers to this version.
Mapped the API calls /activeChannels and /allChannels to /ingest/activeChannels and /ingest/allChannels.
It is no longer possible to quit Just In Mac Lite when one or more channels are currently recording as this would interrupt the recordings. You must first stop any recordings and then quit.
Fixed some minor layout issues in the configuration panel.
It is now possible to control Just In Mac Lite using the new REST API. Please contact ToolsOnAir directly if you are interested in developing an integration with Just In Mac Lite.
Fixed a bug that resulted in corrupt audio when capturing analog audio using an AJA device.
The “frame-rate” label shown in the “Capture Presets” tab in the configuration panel is no longer editable, as this information is purely informational.
Finalised online and offline activation and deactivation.
Updated the demo-mode “watermark blips” to reflect the 2023 Tools On Air product lineup.
Added a keyboard shortcut (cmd-D) to show the “diagnostics” window.
When saving a Tools On Air System Profile, any kernel panic files are now included regardless of the version of macOS.
Increased the threshold above which a channel’s viewer in just:in Mac Lite displays the number of frames buffered by the channel.
Resolved a bug that allowed a channel with “NO SIGNAL” to start recording by clicking the action button or using the keyboard shortcut.
When configuring a channel with an AJA device, the serial number of the device is now displayed in the configuration panel. This may be helpful if you are using multiple thunderbolt devices as the device order may change after each reboot, but the serial number remains constant making this the best way to identify the device being used by the channel.
Fixed a bug that could sometimes result in a channel’s viewer displaying the “CONFIGURATION” status even though the channel was correctly configured.
Updated Blackmagic ATEM drivers to 9.0.2. If you are using ATEM events, please update your system to this version.
Fixed an issue that caused just:control to “stall” for 2 or more seconds when disconnecting multiple channels at the same time.
Added a new “Iconik Proxy” H.264 profile when configuring a H.264 capture preset. Please use this if you intend to write proxy files intended for Iconik.
Fixed various spacing issues related to “tables” in the inspector, user preferences and configuration panels in just:control.
Resolved a bug that resulted in MOV files showing an incorrect duration in Adobe Premiere.
Resolved a bug that resulted in the Just In Engine diagnostics window showing incorrect values after finishing a MOV recording.
Resolved a memory leak after recording MOV files.
MXF files are now tagged with the correct version (6.0.0).
Fixed a bug that resulted in the list of scheduled events not being correctly updated.
Updated NDI to version 5.6 for improved stability and performance.
Updated Blackmagic Decklink drivers to 12.5.1 for improved stability and performance. If you are using Blackmagic devices, please update the drivers on your system to this version.
Resolved a crash when stopping and/or between recordings (e.g. split, chunk) while recording MOV files.
When configuring a capture preset in just:control, there is a new “No hardware encoding, even if available” checkbox that can be enabled to prevent hardware encoding when recording with the capture preset. This may be useful in very specific cases (e.g. H.264 or H.265 encoding) when the hardware encoder isn’t fast enough to encode multiple channels at the same time, but there is enough CPU power still available to encode additional channels.
Fixed a bug that prevented further scheduled recordings after a recording was ended early due to a write error.
Resolved an issue that resulted in just:control “freezing” for a few seconds after adding or removing a capture present to multiple channels at the same time.
Resolved an issue that meant that the list of scheduled events was not updated as long as the given channel did not have a valid signal.
Fixed a bug that caused recording to stop unexpectedly when running on macOS 14 Sonoma.
It is now possible to activate Just In Mac Mini was a valid license key.
Fixed a bug that resulted in the “Show channel log” button in the “Diagnostic” window failing to show the logs. Now you will be asked to grant permissions to Just In Mac Lite and then the Terminal window will open to show the channel’s logs.
It is now possible to remove any NDI channels by selecting them in the configuration panel and clicking the “-” button.
Disabled the “VTR Device” timecode and the VTR fields in the channel settings as Just In Mac Lite does not support batch recording from VTR.
Fixed a bug that resulted in invalid capture presets being added by the device configuration wizard depending on the selected video format.
Improved naming of capture presets that have conflicting naming when added via the device configuration wizard.
Improved positioning and alignment of user interface controls in the Destination Preset and Naming Preset tabs in the configuration panel,
Fixed a bug that resulted in two “Default” naming presets being shown in the configuration panel after completing the device configuration wizard.
Removed the group selection popup button underneath the inspector as Just In Mac Lite does not support channel grouping.
The configuration panel shows the correct application name.
It is now possible to add NDI channels in the configuration panel, but not possible to add devices as Just In Mac Lite only supports a single device.
Removed the “Configurations” sub-tab in the “System” tab in the configuration panel as Just In Mac Lite does not support multiple configurations.
Added the 2023 Mac Pro and Mac Studio model to the Tools On Air System Checker.
When recording H.264 to a MOV (AVFoundation) container, it is now possible to record files with 2, 4, 8 or 16 audio channels, and audio is now recorded as linear PCM instead of AAC. When recording H.264 to a MP4 container it is only possible to record 2 audio channels, and these are recorded as stereo AAC.
The “Window” menu has a new menu item to show a diagnostics window that may be useful to determine any performance issues.
Various tabs in the configuration panel have been updated to reflect the options available in Just In Mac Lite.
The preferences panel has been updated to reflect the options available in Just In Mac Lite.
Various menu items have been removed to reflect the options available in Just In Mac Lite.
The “Connections” tab in the inspector is now visible again to allow disconnected or previously stopped channels to be re-assigned to viewers in the multi-viewer.
When configuring a new device, H.264 presets now have the correct height for the selected format.
Fixed a bug that could cause the configuration on a clean system to fail, or show the configuration wizard multiple times, after being asked to confirm access to the system’s calendar.
Removed the “Log Out” menu item from the Application menu as Just In Mac Lite is a single-user application.