Grass Valley has just released version 10.30 of EDIUS X. A number of really useful functions have been added to the software. As always, EDIUS X users receive the update to version 10.30 free of charge.
Here you can download the new EDIUS X version 10.30 directly. This version includes the following new features:

• Windows 11 support
• H.265 software encoder
• Paste attributes from one clip to another
• Switch window layout by keyboard shortcut
• Create Clip Markers directly in the timeline
• Realtime playback with skip frame playback setting
• Sequences clips show marker and waveform
• Support of latest Intel QuickSync SDK
• Support of AJA T-TAP Pro
• Automatic naming for export
• EDIUS API Support for communication with third parties
• Zoom into Player slider area by keyboard shortcut
• Support of variable frame rates (MP4) – e.g. from an iPhone
• Improved Memory management
• Extended support for bin file conversion of source files with different formats at the same time
• Updated Blackmagic RAW SDK to V.2.2 to support Blackmagic Video Assist recordings of Panasonic Lumix S1, S5, G1H, GH5S, BGH1, HS1H and Fujifilm GFX100(S)
• General improved GPS data readability in the properties dialog as well as GPS data display support for MOV files
• Automatic check that the installed BMD I/O hardware driver is compatible to EDIUS X
• Extended XAVC proxy support of more than just 2 channels when importing
• Support for the latest P2 8K 422 specifications (Version 1.12)
• Reading /writing H.265/HEVC Timecode SEI and H.264/AVC Picture SEI supported by software encoder
• Workgroup only: Support for editing growing MXF files created by Sony XDS series of XDCam Station

For all added features in EDIUS please see our EDIUS.NET Podcast and the release notes of EDIUS X Version 10.30.8244.

During the expected lifecycle of around two to three years EDIUS X users will continue to benefit from the ongoing development of EDIUS X. Further free updates are expected to incorporate AI driven services and team work functions fully leveraging the modular EDIUS X design.