Here are the changes in Stream Deck 4.8.
You can download Elgato Stream Deck 4.8 by clicking on the links below.
What's New in Stream Deck 4.8.
This incredible integration coincides with the launch of our Wave:1 and Wave:3 microphones, and the all-powerful Wave Link mixing app. With up to nine audio input channels and two output mixes - one for you and one for your audience - Wave Link gives you ultimate control of your Twitch stream, YouTube video or podcast audio. Together with Stream Deck, it’s a hybrid mixing solution like no other.
When first installing the Wave Link integration, you can choose a custom profile that is automatically configured to get you mixing with your Stream Deck or Stream Deck XL in no time. Of course, Stream Deck can be customized to control actions exactly how you want, which is especially powerful when creating Multi Actions to, for example, adjust audio, lighting and camera settings simultaneously.
- Toggle Monitoring
- Mute Input
- Set Input Volume
- Adjust Input Volume
- Mute Output
- Set Output Volume
- Adjust Output Volume
- Microphone Settings
Learn more about Wave:1 and Wave:3
That's right. We've been working with Twitch to make the Stream Deck integration with Twitch Studio airtight. This new integration lets you control Twitch Studio directly from Stream Deck:
- Select a layout
- Show or hide a layer
- Mute or unmute an audio layer
- Start and end streaming
- Start and end recording
Spotify integration for macOS
Mac users rejoice: a Spotify integration is now available! This new integration lets you control your macOS Spotify app directly from Stream Deck:
- Toggle Shuffle
- Next/Previous Track
- Adjust Volume
General fixes and improvements
- Improvements to the Stream Deck SDK. For more information, see https://developer.elgato.com/documentation/stream-deck/sdk/changelog/.
- Fix some issues with right-to-left languages on Windows