Blackmagic Design released an update for its ATEM Switchers. The update will add adjustable audio delay on the analog inputs on ATEM Mini models, as well as other features.
Since its release in April 2020, The ATEM Switchers has been a very popular multi-camera system. It’s popularity skyrocketed even more due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More people are looking to live stream. Now, the system is going to get even better with the new 8.2.3 update.
ATEM Switchers 8.2.3 update overview
The ATEM Switchers update adds adjustable audio delay on the analog inputs on ATEM Mini models. Additionally, the update allows the DVE (digital video effect) to scale more than 100% in size on ATEM Mini and ATEM Mini Pro.
ATEM Switchers 8.2.3 update breakdown
- Adds adjustable audio delay on the analog inputs on ATEM Mini models. You now can select up to 8 frames of audio delay on analog microphone inputs
- Allows the DVE (digital video effect) to scale past 100% in size on ATEM Mini and ATEM Mini Pro
- General performance and stability updates
Blackmagic Video Assist 3.1.2 update
Alongside the ATEM Switchers update, Blackmagic released an update for the Blackmagic Video Assist 5” 12G monitor/recorder. The 3.1.2 update is a manufacturing update, so it’s a minor update.
Pricing and availability
All the updates are open for free. You can download them from the Blackmagic Design Support Center webpage.