Changelog for Vahana VR v1.0.0
This release introduces a new audio workflow, and the output audio configuration UI has been completely redesigned. It comes with a cropping tool for the video inputs, and features enhanced codec options: AAC audio codec is now supported as well as h264 advanced settings.
Features ======= [VSA-3463] - Video input crop directly in the UI, no need to use a 3rd party software [VSA-2781] - Possibility to add command line h264 advanced settings [VSA-3660] - Redesign the audio output UI to guide the user through the configs [VSA-3575] - Audio converter in order to support most audio inputs [VSA-3563] - Support of AAC audio codec [VSA-3540] - Manually elect the output audio bitrate [VSA-3566] - Support Magewell USB 3.0 HDMI capture
Bug Fixes ======= [VSA-3537] - Display kbps unit for bitrate but use bps in the .vah file [VSA-3335] - Better management of low GPU memory (when opening a config) [VSA-3377] - Decklink NTSC/PAL fix (720x486) [VSA-3471] - Vahana does not need to be run as an administrator [VSA-3490] - Improve linear blending [VSA-3503] - Changing Decklink configuration does not update the project [VSA-3552] - Decklink discovery fix [VSA-3559] - RTMP bug / Too much packets waiting to be muxed [VSA-3577] - Output fps is the inputs one, we don't do live resampling (30fps by default) [VSA-3670] - RTMP audio [VSA-3551] - Remove RTMP URL field auto-correction
Known issues =======
* cudart64_60.dll missing error message: please ignore this message, it is not needed * If your microphone or audio input name uses unicode caracters (for instance Asiatic characters), you will need to manually rename it in your Windows configuration panel * RTMP with audio is not supported. Moreover, RTMP address is not accepting "&" character. It can be hacked by entering the address manually directly in the .vah * There are issues with the output Decklink cards. Output 4K is problematic, and changing Decklink configuration might lead to a crash-> All these issues were corrected in Vahana VR v1.1.0