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MTX Editor V1.0.1 for Win 8/7 and firmware V1.03 (Previous version)

Important Notice

  • Please refer to the MTX Editor User's Manual on how to update the MTX Firmware.
    * chapter7.Dialog box >>“Update Firmware” dialog box
  • When you save a project file (*.mtx file) in MTX Editor, we recommend to save it to the My Documents folder at ( C:\Users\User Name\Documents\ ).If a project file (*.mtx file) is saved in MTX Editor at specific system directories, such as C:\Program Files and C:\Program Files (x86), the saved project file may not be displayed by Windows Explorer, etc. depending on the setting of the User Account Control function of Windows. In this case, clicking the [Compatibility files] button on the tool bar of Windows Explorer displays the saved project file.

MTX Editor V1.0.1

Known issue

  • If settings are taken into MTX Editor using "Go Online – From Devices" dialog box from the MTX system (of two or more MTX units) in the state where GPI Out is set up in the "Scheduler" dialog, the GPI Out settings of the second and subsequent MTX3 units will not be displayed correctly.

MTX3 Firmware V1.03

Changes in V1.03

  • V1.03 is a software update to improve production efficiency. Therefore, there are no new functions added from V1.02. ( First release version is V1.02. )

Known issues

  • The events set up in the Scheduler dialog box of MTX Editor cannot be started until 60 seconds have elapsed after synchronization is completed.
  • When no playable sound files have been saved to an SD memory card, alert number 56 occurs. When inserting an SD memory card, make sure a playable sound file exists in the card.

System Requirements

OS Windows 8 Windows 7 (SP1)
CPU Core i3/5 or better
Core i3/5 or better
Memory 4GB or more
HDD 150 MB or more
Display 1024 x 768 pixels or higher
Other Bonjour must be installed, Ethernet(1000BASE-T or higher)

License agreement and software

MTX Editor V1.0.1 for Win 8/7 and firmware V1.03 (Previous version)

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Upgrade Instruction

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