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Release 21.10

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This article covers the most important changes that come with this release.

You can find a detailed changelog here


This release is a big one in terms of features, but it brings a major update to our OS.

So this upgrade is recommended because it will increase the lifespan of your device and improve the stability, and cherry on the pie, a lot of new features and new bug fixes.


Summary of camera supported

We integrated some new cameras:

Color Correctors

We added support for some color correctors:

  • VPro 8 bidirectionnal control
  • Teranex
  • AJA FS-2

And from a general point of view, the color corrector integration is now bidirectional. This means you can update values from the RCP and the web interface and they will both be updated.


We improved the way we can implement and integrate into complex broadcast workflows.


We added support for ATEM switchers (ATEM mini, 1 M/E, etc.).

You can link your RCP configuration to your switcher.

This allows you to:

  • link your camera to physical input of your switcher : your ATEM will display camera names and numbers according to your configuration
  • link your RCP to an auxiliary output : when switching from a camera to another one on your RCP, this auxiliary output will be syncronized
  • link physical output with tally and preview to generate a green/red tally and route it to the camera.


  • I have 3 camera : cam A, cam B and cam C
  • I linked them to my ATEM input : my atem will display the labels configured on my RCP
  • I linked my RCP to Aux 1 : my RCP will be sync with this output
  • I linked output Prg to red tally source : if one of the camera in the input is displayed on output Prg, we will generate a red tally signal to the camera
  • I linked output Prv to green tally source : if one of the camera in the input is displayed on output Prv, we will generate a green tally signal to the camera


We integrated streamdeck integration directly in the RCP.

It allows you to see all your cameras on a separated screen:

  • numbers
  • name
  • tally status And use it to switch quickly from one camera to the other.

You see here:

  • 3 cameras : cam A, cam B and cam C with their names and number
  • tally status : cam A is in live (red tally) and cam B is in preview (green tally)
  • camera status: all camera are green, so they are up and working
  • switcher : cam B is currently selected and I can easily switch directly to cam A by clicking on it


We integrated TSL to allow sync labels and tally signal.

It is activated by default:

And you can change parameters:

More information is available


You can also configure GPIO routing from the web interface.

Configure the GPI:

Configure the GPO:

More information is available here

Specialty cameras

Advanced network configuration

You can now make advance network setup:

  • LAN
  • WAN
  • Routes

More information is available here

Camera bus

Sometimes, it is convenient to have multiple cameras on the same bus. This is now integrated in the web interface for supported cameras:

  • Dreamchip
  • Marshall
  • Yushida
  • Blackmagic

ENG lens

The RCP allows you to control a camera.

But sometimes, the camera is split in different parts:

  • Camera head for shading
  • Lens for iris, zoom, focus

These 2 parts are now configurable from the RCP

We support the B4 lens from Fujinon and Canon.

Group of cameras

As our RCP is multi camera. You can control each of them individually. But it is convenient to change some parameters on a specific group of camera. For example: increase the iris on all your camera.

More informatino is available here

Robotic head and gimbals

Pan and tilt

The RCP allows you to control a camera.

But sometimes, the camera is split in different parts:

  • Camera head for shading
  • Pan-Tilt : SBUS gimbal, robotic head

These 2 parts are now configurable from the RCP

We support:

  • Generic VISCA (for robotic heads, and some PTZ that we don't integrate)
  • S.BUS (for gimbals DJI)


All the camera that we control on the LAN, can be controlled remotely.

You can import/export camera from anywhere in the world. You can use:

  • NIO
  • RIO
  • RCP

Different use case:

  • LiveU/Aviwest integration
  • Cloud (free of charge)
  • VPN (managed by you)

More information available here

Getting started


As this is a big update. You need to apply a whole system update using a SWU file.

You can download this file here (chose correctly based on your device). If you put a wrong file on a wrong device, it will just be refused by the system.

Then, drop this file on the webpage (port 8080). The procedure is described here

By doing this upgrade, you will need to recreate your configuration from scratch.


To ensure the control is working correctly with this update, you need to upgrade your dreamchip cameras. You can find more information on the Dreamchip Wiki

Color correctors

Now this controls are bidirectional. But we changed the way to "reset all" the channels as described here.

Group menu

So now, if you need to "reset all" your channels:

  • Enter the group menu (click on encoder located at bottom right of the screen), select All group.
  • Select group All, exit by clicking back on the encoder.
  • Load Scene slot 0 (will be applied to all camera)
  • Enter back in the group menu and unselect All group