The latest version of just:in mac is freely available forDownload via the dedicated solution page. Current customers (with account credentials) may also use the download area in the ToolsOnAir Support System.
Extract the downloaded ZIP archive and open the disk image. The just:in mac installationdisk image will appear on your screen as shown below:
Drag & Drop Just Control.app and Just In Engine.app to the Applications folder and if desired, add both applications to the Dock.
Go to the Applications folder and open the Just In Engine Application. Press Ok and enter the Administrator Password.
The diagnostic window of Just In Engine will open showing the message "No active channels, please start Just Control to configure channels".
Now go back to the Applications folder and open the Just Control Application. You may want to allow the application access to the macOS Calendar application (Schedule Mode). This can also be done/changed later. The Just Controllogin window appears.
You can continue here by simply pressing the Login button without entering any password (can be changed later). Next you will be asked for the IP-Address of the machine. If the given IP-Address (IP-Address of your current machine) is correct, move on by pressing the Connect-Button. If you expect that the network and/or the IP-Address changes, please use “127.0.0.1” instead.
Then the Configuration Wizard appears, which will help to finalise the setup.
The Configuration Wizard automatically detects your installed video devices (AJA, Blackmagic Design - specific driver installation required). Then you can choose the video mode (e.g. 1080i2997), the Device and Channel Name, the Default Storage Path and you can pre-select Capture Presets. Complete the configuration by pressing the Configure button.
All available Channels will now be automatically connected and you can start to use just:in mac. Settings can be changed within the Channel Inspector on the right side of the User Interface. Recording can be started by pressing the recording button, which will be available by moving the mouse into the dedicated Channel Viewer.