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Recent updates - June 2020

In case you missed it, here are some recent software updates for our products.

Pro Media Tools 1.9 - May 22 2020

  • macOS 10.15 Catalina compatibility for all apps except QT Edit. QT Edit is still in the process of being converted to AV Foundation and will be updated in a future release.
  • Gamma Shift Detector has been discontinued and removed from the suite but can be freely downloaded from
  • Dark mode support
  • Apps in the suite now use the modern AV Foundation API (this primarily affects Edit Detector and Video Check)
  • Edit Detector is now more accurate at finding edit points
  • Pro Media Tools now requires macOS 10.10 or higher
  • Various bug fixes, tweaks and modernizations

Gamma Shift Detector 1.8 - May 22 2020

This app has been discontinued. This update removes the registration code to make the app freely downloadable.

Kollaborate Server 3.0.3 - May 20 2020

Docker changes

  • Fixed an issue where the container may not be able to communicate with LetsEncrypt's servers
  • Setting USE_LETS_ENCRYPT to false now removes existing certificates, which is useful for troubleshooting
  • Fixed an issue where Postfix may not start automatically
  • When LetsEncrypt is switched on, http requests are now automatically forwarded to https

Other changes

  • Support for showing image files in the Adobe Panel
  • Comments - Replies are still listed under their respective parent comments when ordering comments by date
  • Comments - Fixed an issue where comment replies may not be threaded correctly
  • Player - Fixed an issue where pressing Play on Cut Notes wouldn't stop rewinding/fast forwarding when synced to the web UI
  • Users - Fixed an issue where admins could be unable to add users in some instances
  • Various minor tweaks and bug fixes

Upgrading from a previous version

Please see the Upgrading section of the installation guide for instructions on how to upgrade your existing installation.

Posted by Jon Chappell on Jun 7 2020 to DR News