Atomos has recently released an update for their AtomOS operating system for their 4K recorder, the Shogun. The 6.12 update brings a number of udates, mostly involving audio related bugs, as well as an occasional playback issue “skipping between videos using next and prev buttons.”
Here’s the full list of changes in the AtomOS 6.12 firmware update:
Shogun 6.12 release notes.
Note to all users:
Our planned functionality upgrades at the end of February (DNxHD, 3D LUTs, 4KUHD to HD down conversion) are still on schedule
– Fixed occasional issues in playback when skipping between videos using next and prev buttons.
– Fixed headphone audio issue where audio is muted for the first 10 seconds.
– Fixed LANC start/stop triggering.
– Fixed occasional audio issues
– Number of channels no longer capped to 8 channels in playback,
– Corrected 8 and 12 channel 24-bit audio in playback,
– Audio glitch when looping movies.
– Fixed setting of loop in and out points for long movies.
– Fixed writing of keywords to FCPXML for 4K and 1080p50/59.94/60 formats.
To download the update, visit Atomos.com/Shogun, and hit the downloads tab. The firmware download button is at the bottom.