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Thread: iVGA 3.0 (beta) for Mac - support for Lion and Snow Leopard

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    We just got a new Macbook Pro with 10.72 with Lion. Can we get the ivga client to test.
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    Ted, it's included in the Rev. 4 install, if you've updated your TriCasters.
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    Thanks for the reply Steve!
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    Hi There, I would like to do beta testing for iVGA 3

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    The iVGA version referred to in this thread has been released, and testing has ended. Thanks to all who participated; your assistance was greatly appreciated!

    The release version can be found in the C:\TriCaster folder of XD models after a Rev. 4 update, and is also available in the "downloads" section of your TriCaster Registration account (if you've got an XD TriCaster registered -the links for the older models don't seem to have been updated yet, sorry).

    Just to mention it, the new version is only appropriate for Intel-based Macs. This is why the older variant continues to be supplies alongside it. The readme will help you determine which version you should use.
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