Hi there! We are happy to announce a new update for our pro video cue playback app Mitti, version 1.1.1.
Mitti 1.1.1 is mainly focusing on bug fixes related to the new Transition feature introduced in the previous release, also fixes glitchy-rendering that happening around switching between Cues sometimes and a few other problems we got on our radar recently.
So although this is just a micro-update, there are numerous handy little new features we'd like to introduce in detail below.
In Mitti 1.1.1 it is possible to set the default state of common Cue Toggles - so the toggle-states defined here will be applied whenever you create a new Cue:
There is also an option to Make Playlist Settings Default - any newly created project will be use these settings as default. This is a really handy new feature which makes you able to set Cue defaults to match your workflow, for example, if you want to always use Fade-Ins/Outs, now you can make them applied by default.
There are also some changes and additions related to keyboard commands and selecting/triggering Cues in Mitti 1.1.1.
Triggering the Next and Previous Cue now working with ALT+↓ and ALT+↑, so you won't trigger a Cue by accidentally hit one of the arrow keys.
↓ and ↑ now used to Select the Next and Previous Cue.
By hitting ENTER, now you can Play the Selected Cue, while CMD+ENTER will jump to the Selected Cue.
Now there is an option to automatically fade-out and stop playback, called "Panic": hit CMD+ESC, or select "Panic" from the Playlist menu.
For a full list of changes so far, please check out the changelog.
Thanks to everyone for the submitted bug reports and feature requests, and also thanks for your help with testing out beta builds!
Mitti 1.1.1 is a free update, so grab it while it is hot – use the built-in updater or just download the latest version from the website.