Clipster Version 6.5

Jorge Zepeda -

Clipster Version 6.5

Version 6.x software updates are compatible with Clipster generation 6 hardware or updated generation 5+ hardware.

To identify your Clipster generation, the system serial number starting with 166 or 167 are Generation 6.

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Installation Instructions: Clipster 6 software installation instructions

Spycer (Stand Alone) Patch Release Spycer Patch Release 

Release Notes: Clipster

GPU Update: Clipster GPU Update  ****Only Install on system with GPU Acceleration****


Note: There is a new software tool "rscontrolpanel" used in version 6.5.

The tool rscontrolpanel has replaced the older dvsconf license application. Once this tool is launched, the gui interface will have a tab on the lower left section of the gui labeled "License". Select the license tab and "add" the new license "Clipster_Serial_License.txt". Once license is added, you should see a "Valid" status to the left of the new license. 


Change Log:

Hydra 3: - Use for Standard encoding and playback.
Hydra 3: - Use for Lossless J2k Playback (Hardware encoding will be disabled)

Known Limitation: Windows Remote Desktop, will produce a gui issue where the viewer is not usable.

Firmware Encode/Decode Two Firmware versions have been provided for the Hydra video board, which is responsible for JPEG2000 hardware encode/decode:
● A version with two encoders and two decoders ( The version is installed on new systems by default. For existing customers this version is recommended.
● A version with four decoders and no encoder ( Each version has different performance concerning J2K decode speed. For the time being, customers have to manually install the desired version,
if they want to switch between one of them. Note: In order for the Legacy mode in the DCI Delivery Tool to function properly the default version must be used!


'CPL only'  was always greyed out in all 6.2 distributions.'CPL only' is now selectable again in the Digital Cinema Delivery Tool, provided the DCI phase of the loaded DCP matches the setting under 
Config -> Defaults -> DCI -> DCI Phase. 

The 3d-LUT checkbox in the timeline does no longer change its status during finalize. 

IMF Subtitles CLIPSTER supports now the Timed Text Markup Language standard when integrating subtitles and captions into IMF delivery packages
This standard is also known as IMSC1 (Internet Media Subtitles and Captions 1.0) issued by the W3C organization. Subtitles are delivered as TTML files (XML).
Once integrated into an IMF composition, they can be wrapped into an individual MXF track file alongside the rest of the video and audio essences and/or they can be
rendered directly into the video. When a subtitle timeline element has been added to the timeline, it can be handled just as any other timeline element (e.g. moved, cut or trimmed)
and will already have the length as determined by the MXF/XML subtitle file. Once finished with the arrangement of your composition,
the actual integration of the subtitles into the IMP is done with the IMF Delivery Tool.
To allow CLIPSTER to include the subtitles, you have to first activate the Metadata output checkbox in the Video settings page, and then enable the corresponding option.


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