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V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE


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VERSION 1.3.4

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149.8 MB

Release Date:

9/27/2022

Release Notes

V-RAPTOR Release Build 1.3.4 September 27, 2022

IMPORTANT

  • Download the latest REDCINE-X PRO from https://www.red.com/downloads

UPGRADE V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE

  1. 1. Copy the upgrade folder (containing the upgrade.bin file) to the top directory on the CFexpress card.
  2. 2. Power up the camera and insert a CFexpress card into the V-RAPTOR media slot.
  3. 3. Go to Menu > Maintenance > Upgrade and select OK.
  4. 4. The camera starts the upgrade process which will automatically restart the camera.
  5. 5. After the camera restarts to complete the upgrade process, select RESTART once it appears.
  6. 6. Go to Menu > System Settings > System Status > Camera Info to verify the firmware version after the camera boots.

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE RELEASE 1.2.7

  • Added ELQ R3D Quality
  • Added RED CONNECT (BETA) - Full Resolution Live R3D Streaming (See Operational Notes Below)
  • Added AF Improvements
  • Added Quiet Record Fan Control
  • Added DSMC3 Monitor through-camera firmware update support (Requires SmallHD OS5 or later)
  • Added enhanced timecode behavior
  • Added User calibration optimization reducing process from several minutes to approximately 30 seconds
  • Added discrete monitor LUT support
  • Added Basic, Standard and Technical overlay mode
  • Added Tint to SDI Advanced Overlay
  • Added Overlay Opacity control
  • Added voltage display for non-communicating batteries
  • Added Low Voltage Warning control
  • Added QR code support for Wi-Fi passwords
  • Added RCP2 external lens data support
  • Added 'Auto' to Top LCD Resolution menu
  • Added RED PRO 1.3TB and 4TB support
  • Added Angelbird AV PRO MK2 660GB, 1320GB, 2TB and 4TB support
  • Added Exascend Archon 2TB CFx support
  • Added ProGrade 325GB and 650GB support
  • Fixed custom preset disappearing when assigned to user page
  • Fixed unintended RF lens motor movement in manual mode
  • Fixed Sigma Cine lens communication issue
  • Fixed incorrectly displayed minimum lens F stop
  • Fixed incorrect scrolling text
  • Fixed issue with Sensor Flip calibration
  • Fixed horizontal tear in 4K 8:1 at HFR
  • Fixed horizontal tear in Flip/Mirror mode
  • Fixed 'low speed' message with SanDisk CFx card
  • Fixed refresh of LUT menu after import or delete
  • Fixed slow/stalled playback of long clip
  • Fixed EF lens detection on startup in AF mode
  • Fixed CFx Time Indicator on startup
  • Fixed Livestream freeze after disabling
  • Fixed no static IP after reboot
  • Changed PPP Baud Rate and IP Address string in UI
  • Changed user calibration dialog to include time estimate
  • Removed BETA from Autofocus feature
  • Improved SDI Latency

OPERATIONAL NOTES

  • RED CONNECT is a license enabled feature, for more info see https://support.red.com/hc/en-us/articles/7391709361683
  • Calibration must be performed in Sensor Flip mode.
  • Some devices may experience intermittent connection issue over USB-C tethering.
  • Warning message will occur with unapproved Media and Batteries.

Copyright (c) 2004-2022 RED Digital Cinema, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

VERSION 1.2.7

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131.4 MB

Release Date:

7/8/2022

Release Notes

V-RAPTOR Release Build 1.2.7 July 8, 2022

IMPORTANT

  • Download the latest REDCINE-X PRO from https://www.red.com/downloads

UPGRADE V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE

  1. 1. Copy the upgrade folder (containing the upgrade.bin file) to the top directory on the CFexpress card.
  2. 2. Power up the camera and insert a CFexpress card into the V-RAPTOR media slot.
  3. 3. Go to Menu > Maintenance > Upgrade and select OK.
  4. 4. The camera starts the upgrade process which will automatically restart the camera.
  5. 5. After the camera restarts to complete the upgrade process, select RESTART once it appears.
  6. 6. Go to Menu > System Settings > System Status > Camera Info to verify the firmware version after the camera boots.

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS RELEASE

  • Hardware compatibility update

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE RELEASE 1.1.2

  • Added Angelbird 2TB AV PRO CFexpress MK2 support
  • Fixed potential stuck pixels with Exascend 1TB Archon card
  • Fixed camera lockup switching formats with AF enabled
  • Added Apple ProRes support
  • Added Apple ProRes proxy support
  • Added 4K 8:1 format support
  • Added Timelapse record support
  • Added Frame Limit support
  • Added Sync Out and Tally GPIO support
  • Added shutter up/down assignable buttons
  • Added preset 'All Image/LUT and Project Settings'
  • Added Sensor Sync Shift support
  • Added Exascend Archon 1TB support
  • Added ProRes Color Profile support
  • Added 5Gbps USB-C Ethernet adapter support
  • Added selectable MTU support
  • Added undercranked frame rates to FPS list
  • Fixed Iris list for Canon RF 800mm f/11 lens
  • Fixed no audio detected on SDI CH3/4
  • Fixed AF operation after sensor flip/mirror is changed
  • Fixed camera hang after rapid record button depress with undercranked frame rates
  • Fixed USB-C Static IP address on power up
  • Fixed Livestream image freeze with multiple clients
  • Fixed Image/LUT Display Preset based on SDI 1 setting

OPERATIONAL NOTES

  • Warning message will occur with unapproved Media and Batteries.

Copyright (c) 2004-2022 RED Digital Cinema, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

VERSION 1.2.6

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131.4 MB

Release Date:

2/22/2022

Release Notes

V-RAPTOR Release Build 1.2.6 February 22, 2022

IMPORTANT

  • Download the latest REDCINE-X PRO from https://www.red.com/downloads

UPGRADE V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE

  1. 1. Copy the upgrade folder (containing the upgrade.bin file) to the top directory on the CFexpress card.
  2. 2. Power up the camera and insert a CFexpress card into the V-RAPTOR media slot.
  3. 3. Go to Menu > Maintenance > Upgrade and select OK.
  4. 4. The camera starts the upgrade process which will automatically restart the camera.
  5. 5. After the camera restarts to complete the upgrade process, select RESTART once it appears.
  6. 6. Go to Menu > System Settings > System Status > Camera Info to verify the firmware version after the camera boots.

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS RELEASE

  • Hardware compatibility update

OPERATIONAL NOTES

  • Warning message will occur with unapproved Media and Batteries.

Copyright (c) 2004-2022 RED Digital Cinema, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

VERSION 1.2.5

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131.3 MB

Release Date:

2/15/2022

Release Notes

V-RAPTOR Release Build 1.2.5 February 15, 2022

IMPORTANT

  • Download the latest REDCINE-X PRO from https://www.red.com/downloads

UPGRADE V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE

  1. 1. Copy the upgrade folder (containing the upgrade.bin file) to the top directory on the CFexpress card.
  2. 2. Power up the camera and insert a CFexpress card into the V-RAPTOR media slot.
  3. 3. Go to Menu > Maintenance > Upgrade and select OK.
  4. 4. The camera starts the upgrade process which will automatically restart the camera.
  5. 5. After the camera restarts to complete the upgrade process, select RESTART once it appears.
  6. 6. Go to Menu > System Settings > System Status > Camera Info to verify the firmware version after the camera boots.

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE 1.1.2

  • Added Apple ProRes support
  • Added Apple ProRes proxy support
  • Added 4K 8:1 format support
  • Added Timelapse record support
  • Added Frame Limit support
  • Added Sync Out and Tally GPIO support
  • Added shutter up/down assignable buttons
  • Added preset 'All Image/LUT and Project Settings'
  • Added Sensor Sync Shift support
  • Added Exascend Archon 1TB support
  • Added ProRes Color Profile support
  • Added 5Gbps USB-C Ethernet adapter support
  • Added selectable MTU support
  • Added undercranked frame rate support
  • Added Angelbird 2TB AV PRO CFexpress MK2 support
  • Added RED PRO CFexpress 2TB support
  • Fixed Iris list for Canon RF 800mm f/11 lens
  • Fixed no audio detected on SDI CH3/4
  • Fixed AF operation after sensor flip/mirror is changed
  • Fixed USB-C Static IP address on power up
  • Fixed Livstream image freeze with multiple clients
  • Fixed Image/LUT Display Preset based on SDI 1 setting
  • Fixed potential stuck pixels with Exascend 1TB Archon card
  • Fixed camera lockup switching formats with AF enabled

OPERATIONAL NOTES

  • Warning message will occur with unapproved Media and Batteries.

Copyright (c) 2004-2022 RED Digital Cinema, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

VERSION 1.1.2

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130.8 MB

Release Date:

11/4/2021

Release Notes

V-RAPTOR Release Build 1.1.2 November 4, 2021

IMPORTANT

  • Download the latest REDCINE-X PRO from https://www.red.com/downloads

UPGRADE V-RAPTOR FIRMWARE

  1. 1. Copy the upgrade folder (containing the upgrade.bin file) to the top directory on the CFexpress card.
  2. 2. Power up the camera and insert a CFexpress card into the V-RAPTOR media slot.
  3. 3. Go to Menu > Maintenance > Upgrade and select OK.
  4. 4. The camera starts the upgrade process which will automatically restart the camera.
  5. 5. After the camera restarts to complete the upgrade process, select RESTART once it appears.
  6. 6. Go to Menu > System Settings > System Status > Camera Info to verify the firmware version after the camera boots.

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE 1.1.1

  • Fixed unresponsive power switch

SIGNIFICANT CHANGES SINCE 1.1.0beta

  • Fixed data/time reset on boot
  • Fixed record error at 2K 600fps
  • Fixed False Color Video mode after re-enabling
  • Fixed missing RED HANC data
  • Fixed invalid SDI LTC metadata

OPERATIONAL NOTES

  • Warning message will occur with unapproved Media and Batteries.

Copyright (c) 2004-2021 RED Digital Cinema, LLC. All Rights Reserved.