Atomos v11.06.00 update gives SRT streaming for all OS11 products

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The Atomos v11.06.00 update gives full support for SRT streaming for all OS11 products, including Ninja V, V+, Ninja, Ninja Ultra, Shogun, Shogun Ultra and Shogun Connect.

Version 11.06.00 further enhances AtomOS’s ever-growing toolkit for connected workflows with the introduction of SRT Streaming, and a new Camera to Cloud destination with MediaSilo. Fujifilm users also get F-LOG2 support across all AtomOS 11 devices.

Introduction of SRT Streaming

With AtomOS 11.06.00, your Atomos device now supports SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) streaming in both ‘Caller’ and ‘Listener’ modes.

Configuring your SRT device mode is done via Atomos Cloud Studio, just in the same way you’d configure a RTMP or RTMP/S destination.

  • Supported SRT Modes: Caller, Listener
  • Supported Resolutions: 1280 × 720, 1920 × 1080
  • Supported Frame Rates (Progressive Only): 23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 50, 59.94, 60

SRT is an open-source video transport protocol and technology stack that optimizes video streaming performance across unpredictable networks. With secure streams and simplified firewall traversal, SRT delivers the best quality video over the worst networks.

Camera to Cloud Integration with MediaSilo

As announced at NAB 2024, Atomos Cloud Studio now supports MediaSilo from EditShare.

Access to MediaSilo is included in the Camera to Cloud plan in Atomos Cloud Studio, where you can configure your connections and destinations through our easy-to-use web-interface.

You can take a look at the MediaSilo setup guide above.

Fujifilm F-LOG2 Support

Atomos has also added full support for F-LOG2 to our AtomOS 11 devices, allowing for more accurate color processing when shooting and monitoring in this profile.

  • Use F-Log2/REC709/BT2020 gamma/gamut combination for YCC video
  • Use F-Log2/REC709/BT2020 gamma/gamut combination as the ‘Output’ setting for ProRes RAW
  • Use F-Log2/REC709/BT2020 gamma/gamut combination as the Color setting for ProRes RAW and Proxy Recordings

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