We are thrilled to introduce two exciting new features in the latest iteration of just:in linux, designed to streamline and enhance your workflow.
Let’s explore the key enhancements in the latest version version 6.1 of just:in linux:
New Naming Presets
In this latest release, Naming Presets take a giant leap forward with exciting new capabilities. One standout feature is the ability to dynamically generate folders using Date and Time values or any other variable of your choice. Mix and match static and custom values to increase the efficiency of your naming conventions workflow.
Additionally, our development team has completely redesigned the “Date and Time” formatting, offering an expanded array of format options. This redesign ensures greater flexibility and customization, allowing you to tailor your naming conventions to your needs, and increasing the efficiency and creativity levels with the enhanced Naming Presets functionality.
Optimised Schedule Mode
Schedule Mode has been a vital part of the just:in linux capture solution since day one, and with this recent update, we've made it even more powerful. The all-new Naming Presets for Schedule mode, available in version 6.1, not only brings fresh Date and Time formatting options but also unlocks a realm of innovative workflow possibilities. Notably, a new Clip section was introduced within the Channel inspector, a familiar feature from Crash and Batch Mode. Additionally, Naming Presets are now integrated into Schedule Mode, providing operators with increased flexibility in defining file naming conventio
Enjoy a more effective and responsive application that ensures that your capture process runs smoothly, even during demanding broadcasts.
Bug Fixes and Stability Improvements
We've taken care of pesky bugs and enhanced the overall stability and efficiency of the solution.
Upgrade to the latest just:in linux version today to unlock enhanced capturing possibilities. Your feedback has played a crucial role in shaping this release, and we can't wait to hear your feedback as you explore the new features. Thank you for your continued support as we strive to provide you with the best capturing experience possible.