Hi there! We are super-excited to announce the new, big-fat update of Mitti, version 1.1
Mitti 1.1 contains various performance and UI/UX optimisations, polishings, and bug fixes - but let's start with the most exciting new features.
Mitti 1.1 adds the possibility to make Transitions between Cues by adding an option to toggle on/off Transitions for each - and any type of - Cue individually.
You can of course set different transition time to each Cue independently, and Mitti is coming with over 30 type of GPU-accelerated, OpenGL-shader based transitions.
Setting the In/Out time for Video Cues was far the most requested feature since Mitti hit the prime time, so we are happy to let you know we also added this feature in Mitti 1.1.
The In/Out times are absolute times, and can be set in the Cue Preferences - but for the Current Cue there is also a keyboard shortcut and an option in the - new - Cue Menu.
Mitti 1.1 adds options to individual Cues to Pause on Start and End, and it supersedes the Pause-At-Cue-End feature of Mitti 1.0 - this means that function has been removed. Setting this option is also available from the right-click menu of course, and you can even set it to all selected Cues.
If Pause on Start or End enabled for a Cue, it will stop when its reaching the Cue's beginning or start point.
From the Cue Preferences now it is possible to set different Fade Time for each Cue individually, and also added a 0s option which results in Cut To/From Black.
There are 2 new options in the Misc preferences, allowing you to set Mitti to automatically start playback and automatically toggle fullscreen mode on after a project has been opened.
These little additions are extremely useful for permanent installations.
Mitti 1.1 improves the compatibility with Logic Pro X 10.3 - now its possible to receive MMC commands from Logic Pro while scrubbing on its timeline, so you will be in sync all the time.
For a full list of changes so far, please check out the changelog.
Thanks to everyone who submitted bug reports and feature requests, and also thanks for your help with testing out beta builds!
Mitti 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.