Hi, there! We are happy to announce the newest update for Mitti - version 2.2 brings some exciting new features and improvements!
Mitti 2.0 reads the entire audio track of any file dropped in - so it can display a waveform, and find possible encoding errors that may affect playback. From now on, Mitti also calculates the average loudness of each audio track as well, for a new feature: Audio Normalization, available from Audio Output preferences.
So, when adding a new Cue to a project, Mitti can automatically adjust it's volume for consistent loudness with other Cues (target loudness is -18 dBFS RMS in each cases). This means that the listener will perceive them as equally loud.
This function is also available from the right-click menu for Cues already in the playlist.
With the new Browser Source Cue type in v2.2, Mitti can render web pages using a transparent, offscreen WebKit based browser. This option is mainly created to make it easy to render popular web-based lower third applications like H2R Graphics, Holographics or SPX Graphics in Mitti, then play out to your switcher using HDMI, SDI or NDI.
If you are running macOS Monterey 12.3 at least, this feature leverages the power of the new ScreenCaptureKit API that makes rendering super-smooth, but Mitti will ask for Screen Recording permission. In earlier macOS versions this privilege is not needed because Mitti will use an older and graphics technology - it is little less performant, but works fine too.
For the full list of changes and fixes so far, please check out the changelog.
Mitti 2.2 is a free update for existing customers with a Mitti 2.0 compatible license, so grab it while it is hot – use the built-in updater or just download the latest version from the website.
Thanks to everyone for the submitted bug reports and feature requests, and also thanks for all your help with testing out the public beta builds!
As always, please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!