2.6.2021 – NICE DCV releases version 2021.1 with accurate audio/video synchronization

NICE releases the new version NICE DCV 2021.1 which includes the following new features:

  • Accurate audio/video sync – This feature reduces the delay between the audio and video streams. Customers can now perform workloads, such as audio or video editing, that require more accurate audio and video alignment.
  • Stereo 2.0 audio recording for Linux server – DCV can capture stereo audio input from client. With this addition, DCV supports stereo audio input for both Windows and Linux servers.
  • NICE DCV Session Manager improvements – Customers can now use the DCV Session Manager to execute any script with arguments when starting a virtual session on Linux. For example, users can use this feature to open a specific project file or application at session startup. In addition, users can specify more complex placement requirements when creating a new session. These requirements can now include characteristics and load of the targeted server node.

The accurate Audio/Video synchronization can be enabled in the upper left settings drop-down in the native DCV client:

NICE DCV is free to use on Amazon EC2 instances and is the remote display protocol used by Amazon Appstream 2.0AWS RoboMaker, and Amazon Nimble Studios.

Here you can find the release information. You can easily try out NICE DCV on AWS by firing up one of our NI SP NICE DCV AMIs. The new DCV version will be supported soon.

The new version DCV 2021.1 is immediately available. Please read more about NICE DCV or find further background about DCV in our Technical Guides. Any question just let us know.