Switch Pro 4.0

Switch Pro 4.0
Media player lets you play, inspect, and correct your files.

Description

Switch  is a media playback, inspection, and conversion tool for professionals that gives you everything you need to play, inspect, and correct your multiformat media in one easy-to-use application.
Switch is available in three editions: Play, Plus, and Pro.  Compare the features and pricing .

Switch Pro
$499*
Play, QC, fix and deliver
Designed for broadcast & media QC professionals. Adds more  playback support , loudness monitoring, advanced metadata display, compare media feature, preview to an external monitor, and iTunes package export.
*Includes 1st year of  Premium Support

What’s New
Version 4.0: Note:  Switch 4 is a free upgrade for customers with Premium Support; simply download Switch 4 and install. Please check your email for special upgrade instructions, or Contact Desktop Sales if you need assistance. For customers without Premium Support, Switch 4 is a paid upgrade.  “more…”
New

Added support for playing back files as they are being created (Does not support caption decoding while configured to play back growing files)
Added localization for Chinese (Simplified)
Added Dolby-E detection; tracks that are determined to be Dolby-E will be silenced to prevent the white noise that results from playing them back as PCM; decoding of Dolby-E is not yet supported
Added playback statistics as a video overlay, including the number of dropped frames
Added frame metadata display as a video overlay which details what metadata is attached to the current frame, such as timecode or captions
Added ability to flag frames or sequences of frames and add notes to them; this can be displayed in the timeline
You can now specify the timecode format that should be used to interpret SCC files, including frame rate and drop-frame or non-drop-frame
Added support for decoding and playing back Teletext captions (OP-47 and OP-42)

Improved

Added experimental support for complex CPL files in IMF packages
All features can now be demoed before purchasing of the licenses that support them
The colorspace settings and display within the inspector now have details that include color primaries, matrix coefficients, and transfer characteristics

Fixed

Switch is now more lenient with MPEG-2 Program Streams that start with invalid data
Switch now supports H.264 video streams that lack Access Unit Delimiters
Fixed a bug that caused LXF MPEG-2 NTSC 4:3 videos to display as widescreen
Fixed a bug that caused line 21 captions to be mapped to line 22 when sent out to a BlackMagic device
Switch is now more lenient when opening DNxHD in MOV with an ARES image description extension that does not end with 80 bytes of reserved data
Fixed a bug that caused interlaced ProRes exports to use the wrong field dominance
Extended the amount of initial delay supported for audio in MPEG-2 TS
Fixed a bug that prevented display of captions from HEVC inside an MPEG-2 TS
Improved the quality of video when seeking; we no longer rely on IDR frame flags, and instead begin decoding at the second previous I-frame
Fixed a bug that prevented opening ASF files created by ffmpeg with an extended stream properties header that has an average time per frame of zero
Fixed a bug that caused frames to display out of order when playing an MXF OP-1a from Adobe Premiere if the body partitions do not start with I-frames
Fixed a bug that prevented opening MP4 files from Vantage whose ‘meta’ atoms are written as a full box with an extra four bytes after the type
Fixed a bug that caused EAC-3 5.1 audio with speaker labels in a different order than L, C, R, Ls, Rs, LFE to be played out to the wrong speakers
Fixed a bug that prevented jumping to a timecode in a ProRes file
Fixed a bug that caused audio/video synchronization loss in H.264 MPEG-2 TS due to audio packets being erroneously lost during the transition between stereo and joint stereo
Fixed horizontal positioning of IMSC captions from MacCaption
Fixed display of IMSC captions in terms of font, size, color, outline, and background
Fixed loss of audio/video synchronization in TIFO files with mark-out frames
Fixed a bug that caused progressive files to come out as interlaced when exporting XDCAM in an MPEG-2 PS or TS container
When doing a frame rate conversion alone in the video processor, if we fail to configure the components due to an inability of the format converter, fallback to BGRA and try again; this prevents some export failures
Switch will now prevent transcode exports of Dolby-E since decoding is not supported; pass-through is recommended instead
Fixed several bugs that caused distorted audio when playing SMPTE 382M within a Digital Cinema Package
Fixed a bug that caused a crash when exporting an audio-only file
Added TTML to the list of supported extensions for the open secondary subtitle dialog; this allows them to be chosen without needing to change the extension to XML

Known Issues

Decoding of closed captions is not currently supported while Switch is configured to watch for growing files
Frames with long durations make time display appear to stall because it always shows the presentation time of the current frame
ASF files with variable frame rate display incorrect frame rate in the inspector
Detection of interlaced content in Windows Media files is not currently supported
WMV sources exported to H.264 in either MPEG-2 TS or PS containers can results in A/V synchronization problems
Publishing settings are lost when canceling to edit settings to meet requirements





Requirements

Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.11 or later

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