MTX-MRX Editor V4.0.1 for Win11/10 and firmware V4.20
Notice Regarding Dante Brooklyn 3 Support
- MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV-D manufactured after early June 2023 are now using the Dante Brooklyn 3 module, provided by Audinate. Hardware that has been revised due to the parts change has an "A"(or subsequent letters of the alphabet) marked next to the model number on the serial number label, and the Dante module used in this product can be identified in Dante Controller. For more information about the open source licenses used for each Dante module, please visit the Audinate website at https://www.audinate.com/software-licensing.
- For MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV-D, Main firmware version V4.20 or later is the firmware compatible with Dante Brooklyn 3. Please note the following when using Dante Brooklyn3 hardware and downgrading to firmware version V4.10 or earlier.
- MTX5-D, MRX7-D
- If you set Dante parameters such as External Word Clock on the MTX-MRX Editor after downgrading, there will be a discrepancy between the parameter settings displayed on the Editor and the actual parameter settings. When setting Dante parameters, please use the Dante Controller software.
- XMV (Dante Model)
- Firmware older than V4.10 cannot be downgraded.
- MTX5-D, MRX7-D
- This information applies when using MTX-MRX Editor V3.4.0 or before on Windows 10 OS build 1903 or later, a “The data transmission to MTX-MRX Editor went wrong.” message appears by selecting MTX, MRX, PGM1, MCP1, or DCP and clicking “Finish” on the “Device Configuration Wizard” dialog box. In addition, the DCP is not added to the configuration.
To avoid this problem, first, select only processors such as MTX and MRX and complete the configuration by clicking the [Finish] button, and then reopen the “Device Configuration Wizard” dialog box to add MCP1, PGM1, MCP1, and DCP.
Project files created with a previous version can be loaded correctly.
- To update the firmware, please refer to the MTX/MRX system Firmware Update Guide.
- When the firmware of the device is updated it may lose compatibility with the previous version of Editor. Please ensure that the MTX/MRX system is synchronized and saved to MTX-MRX Editor as a project file before performing the firmware update in order to ensure that your project data is not lost, and then perform the firmware upgrade using the latest version of MTX-MRX Editor. Ensure that the device is initialized after the update, and then open the previously saved project file using the latest MTX-MRX Editor and re-synchronize to the updated devices.
- When initializing Dante devices (MTX5-D, MRX7-D, PGM1 and Dante model of XMV), ensure that all other Dante devices on the network are disconnected or powered off. Otherwise initialization could take longer than necessary.
- To prevent damage to the SD memory card as well as loss of data, do not remove or insert the SD memory card while the device is on.
- Although MTX-MRX Editor shows 'Completed' after updating firmware, do not turn off the power of the device until the indicators on the front panel have stopped blinking.
- In the unlikely case of hardware failure, initialize the replacement device(s), confirm proper ID and DIP switch settings, and then resynchronize from MTX-MRX Editor to the device(s).
- When entering text into a text field inside a dialog box of MTX-MRX Editor using Input Method Editors, such as Microsoft IME, ensure that the mouse pointer is not clicked over another area of the open dialog window before converting and applying the text. This will cause the keyboard input to stop. Should this happen, close and re-open the dialog box.
- Do not enter the following characters in text fields in the MTX-MRX Editor.
& < > “ ‘ / $’ \n (line feed) \t (tab)
These characters may disappear or change into unexpected characters.
- When the project file created by MTX Editor V1.1.x is opened with MTX-MRX Editor or MTX Editor V1.1.x or later, [Play] selected by "SD Song Select & Play" in the “Preset” dialog, is changed to [No Assign]. In this case, manually change [No Assign] for all necessary Presets to [Play].
- Do not use the EEE function (*) of network switches in a Dante network. Although power management should be negotiated automatically in switches that support EEE, some switches do not perform the negotiation properly. This may cause EEE to be enabled in Dante networks when it is not appropriate, resulting in poor synchronization performance and occasional dropouts. Therefore we strongly recommend that:
- If you use managed switches, ensure that they allow EEE to be disabled. Make sure that EEE is disabled on all ports used for real-time Dante traffic.
- If you use unmanaged switches, make sure to not use network switches that support the EEE function, since EEE operation cannot be disabled in these switches.
- *EEE (Energy Efficient Ethernet) is a technology that reduces switch power consumption during periods of low network traffic. It is also known as Green Ethernet and IEEE802.3az.
- When the MTX-MRX Editor changes Dante patch settings for large numbers of devices, it may take several minutes after synchronization is shown to be complete (in MTX-MRX Editor) for the patch to be established and audio to be heard.
- When the YDIF connection of the system including MTX3 or MTX5-D is disconnected, the analog output audio from MTX3 or MTX5-D will be interrupted periodically due to the interruption of the word clock signal supply. This event can be resolved by reconnecting the YDIF connection. This event does not occur on the MRX7-D.
This zip file includes the following software
- MTX-MRX Editor V4.0.1
- MTX3 Firmware V4.20
- MTX5-D Firmware V4.20
- MRX7-D Firmware V4.20
- EXi8 Firmware V4.20
- EXo8 Firmware V4.20
- XMV Series Firmware V4.20
- MCP1 Firmware V4.20
- PGM1 Firmware V4.20
- Dante Firmware Update Manager V184.108.40.206
- MTX5-D Dante Firmware V220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168-5.0.1 -5.0.2
- MRX7-D Dante Firmware V22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199-5.0.1 -5.0.2
- XMV Series Dante Firmware V188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206-5.0.1 -5.0.2
- PGM1 Dante Firmware V220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168-1.0.4
NOTES: Please unzip the zip file before running the installer.
NOTES: When updating Dante firmware, please use the Dante Updater in Dante Controller. Please refer to the Dante Firmware Update Guide for details.
NOTES: We recommend that you use the Main and Dante firmware that is compatible with the Dante module installed in your product. Please refer to the following.
- For MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV-D with Brooklyn 3 Dante module:
- Main firmware: Please use V4.20.
- Dante firmware: Please use V22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199-5.0.1-5.0.2.
- For MTX5-D/MRX7-D/XMV-D with Brooklyn 2 Dante module:
- Main firmware: Please use V4.10.
- Dante firmware: Please use V188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206-3.1.0-2.0.5. You can obtain the files from this link.
MTX-MRX Editor / Firmware / Wireless DCP / ProVisionaire Touch / Tio1608-D / R Series (Rio/Ri/Ro) Compatibilities (Win)
Please make sure to use the appropriate versions of firmware and software, referring to the following compatibility charts. Using an unsupported combination may result in malfunction.
Main Revisions and Enhancements
MTX5-D V4.20 / MRX7-D V4.20 / XMV series V4.20
- Dante Brooklyn 3 is supported.
MTX3 V4.20 / EXi8 V4.20 / EXo8 V4.20 / MCP1 V4.20 / PGM1 V4.20
- No change in this version.
- If the Device Latency was set to 2 msec or 5 msec by the Dante Controller, the MTX-MRX Editor would display the setting as 1 msec. Confirm the correct latency value on the Dante Controller.
- After assigning an External Event to the switch of MCP1, if you downgrade the MCP1 firmware to V3.41 or earlier, you cannot change the screen of the MCP1.
When downgrading, reconfigure the MCP1 using an MTX-MRX Editor that is compatible with the firmware.
- The Dante model devices of MTX/MRX system uses Dante BrooklynII or Dante Ultimo.
Refer to the Audinate website (English) for details on the open‐source licenses for the particular software.
- When a Dante Domain Manager server (DDM server) is connected, the latency can be set to 10.0ms, 20.0ms, or 40.0ms. Use Dante Controller to set it. The MTX-MRX Editor does not support these settings.
- The names of XMV series models that support Dante are displayed as “XMVxxxx-D” in the DDM.
- In the Dante model, Dante Device Labels can be changed arbitrarily and permanently. These changes can be made from the Dante Controller software.
However, since the five initial characters are used for device identification (decided by UNIT ID), they should not be changed. The 6th character and subsequent ones can be changed arbitrarily.
Moreover, the following rules concerning Dante Device Labels are common to all Dante devices (and not just this one):
- Conventional characters (alphabetical uppercase or lowercase), numerals, or hyphens (-) can be used.
- A maximum of 31 characters can be entered.
- When you change the frequency of a clock source supplied externally, also make sure to change the Dante word clock setting using MTX-MRX Editor or Dante Controller.
When you change a setting by MTX-MRX Editor, choose System Word Clock Fs appropriately in the "Word Clock" dialog box of MTX-MRX Editor, and synchronize by "To Device."
When you change a setting by Dante Controller, please refer to the help function or user's guide of Dante Controller.
Keep in mind that the entire system may be affected by the settings in a single part. Major problems can occur when a device not intended to be a part of the system is set to a word clock setting that the other Dante devices do not support.
- When using the AES67 mode and/or Device Lock of Dante, we recommend that you checkmark the [Preserve the settings of Dante Controller] check box in the MTX-MRX Editor.
- When Tio1608-D (Firmware V1.03-2 or earlier) is included in an MTX/MRX system, Tio1608-D cannot carry out concurrent connection of CL, QL, TF, and MTX-MRX Editor.
Moreover, when Tio1608-D and/or R series (AD/DA) (Firmware V4.50 or earlier) are included in an MTX/MRX system, MTX-MRX Editor and R-Remote cannot carry out concurrent connection.
|OS||Windows 11/Windows 10|
|CPU||Core i5 or better (Windows 11)/ Core i3 or better (Windows 10)|
|Memory||4 GB or more|
|HDD||230 MB or more free (When you install, need 480 MB or more free.)|
|Display||1024 x 768 pixels or higher|
|Other||Bonjour must be installed, Ethernet (1000BASE-T or higher)|
*You can download Bonjour for Windows from Apple's Bonjour support page
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