Serato itch 222 released

Serato have been busy. Following up on Serato Video is ITCH 2.2.2, which adds support for Video 1.1 features, 2 deck view for 4 deck controllers, FLAC, and best news for a lot of people now supports OS X 10.8. That’s “supports” and not just “runs”.

The words from Serato HQ:

ITCH 2.2.2

Serato ITCH 2.2.2

Serato is pleased to announce the release of ITCH 2.2.2, the latest free update for Serato ITCH DJs. This release adds support for the Serato Video 1.1 update but also has some very handy new features and improvements.

This version of ITCH supports Mac OS X Mountain Lion.

Alongside adding support for Serato Video, we took this opportunity to include some great features that have been long standing requests. Support for the FLAC format has been requested for some time now and we are happy to add support in this release.

Owners of four deck controllers such as the Numark NS6 are now able to take advantage of a brand new two deck view mode.

We have also added some great library enhancements to improve load times and stability. Alongside this, we have done a great deal of maintenance, fixed a load of bugs and done some important enhancements to keep our ongoing commitment to stability and performance. For the full list of these, refer to the ITCH 2.2.2 release notes.

Release Notes

Read the full Release Notes for ITCH 2.2.2.

That’s a free upgrade – go grab it now.


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