RCF releases software updates for RDNet
Thursday, 16 September 2021
rdnet-array-viewUsers are now able to enroll in the RDNet beta testing programme
Italy - RCF has released a new update for RDNet networked management software with a new installer, improvements to the user interface, auto-updates, a beta testing program, and a new firmware manager. All designed to work together within the RCF RDNet ecosystem.
Based on a management and monitoring network for RCF devices, RDNet includes system control tools, a line array design platform, and a complete audio analyzer in one software package. RDNet provides intuitive management of every connected device/object on the network for live and installed audio systems. A network user can control all DSP settings inside any compatible device, including advanced subwoofer configurations, from a single object to groups of objects.
This new update has as its main objective to unlink future software and firmware updates, so the user will no longer be required to perform an RDNet installation when new firmware upgrades are available. In addition, the RDNet 4.1 is now able to auto-update when a new version is released.
This is made possible through the introduction of the RDNet Launcher. For the user, this is a completely transparent operation, keeping the system up to date with the latest release for maximum compatibility with all RDNet compatible products.
Users are now able to enroll in the RDNet beta testing programme. Individual users will be able to contribute, check and verify all new features weeks before the official release. Subscription to the programme is enabled by clicking the ‘Beta’ item in the drop-down menu at the top left of the start screen. Once this selection has been made, it will be necessary to restart the RDNet Launcher. The system can be restored to the Stable release on the same drop-down menu.

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