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I got a streamdeck for Christmas and now I'm very sad because it only works on PRT v11


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12 hours ago, backwardation said:

Will we ever get PRT 11?  Should I just return this potentially amazing gadget?

Both the 2013 ProRealTime upgrade and the 2016 one both took just under a year after being released by PRT to be rewritten and released on IG, that is in line with the recent update that the new IG version should be arriving beginning of Feb. A cautionary note though is that the IG version doesn't usually have all the features that the premium PRT has.

I was looking at your Streamdeck and it looks great, it's a re-programmable controller and has been out for a few years now, looks like it was originally aimed at the movie making crowd. I remember when the PRT 2016 upgrade came out it had a new function to use a controller to input data, in the top right corner on PRT (if I remember right) are different icons to select the input device, one was a keyboard and the new one was a game controller, are you sure that it won't work using the current PRT version?

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On 04/01/2020 at 21:53, backwardation said:

Will we ever get PRT 11?  Should I just return this potentially amazing gadget?

PS> This is the streamdeck 

https://www.prorealtime.com/en/streamdeck

I am waiting to purchase a StreamDeck for the same purpose..  According to the video on the website you need ProRealTime Version 11.. 

Hopefully when it rolls out on IG they will leave the StreamDeck option in the program.

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