FLUX::Immersive has announced the introduction of 20.12, a major update to its proprietary framework and its ecosystem of products, and specifically, the first release to support ADM-OSC, an industry initiative toward a common language standard in live production technologies.
The FLUX:: 20.12 update is designed to bring the FLUX:: Analyser to a new level, with Loudness Metering Conformance Mode for broadcast and streaming platforms that include AES, Apple, Amazon, Deezer, Netflix, Spotify, Tidal, and YouTube.
Along with compatibility updates for the latest versions of Windows and MacOS, 20.12 improves integration with all current DAW applications, as well as improved GPU, CPU, and memory usage performance. MacOS updates include support for Catalina, Big Sur, and Apple notarization, and Apple Silicon support via Rosetta (native ARM support coming soon). The update also incorporates HiDPI /Retina support, as well as built-in error reporting tools for all FLUX:: applications.
In addition, it introduces a new level of support, with a perpetual license purchase including a full year of support and free software upgrades. As with FLUX:: subscription plans, support and upgrades are included, helping to assure that users are always up to date with the latest software development, including host and operating system compatibility updates and feature updates.
“The FLUX:: development team is constantly working to evolve our products and our technology, and this new update to our framework is a major step forward for us and our users,” says Gaël Martinet, FLUX:: Founder and CEO. “We’re truly excited to be able to offer such a substantial upgrade to our users.”
The 20.12 framework upgrade is free for all customers who currently own an active perpetual license or have an active subscription plan. Go here for more specifics.