New Features in Report-IT: GPIOs and Return Mute

New Features in Report-IT

New Features in Report-IT Enterprise: GPIOs and Input Mute Added

New Features in Report-IT: GPIOs and Return Mute
Report-IT Enterprise featuring GPIOs and Input Mute

Report-IT Enterprise is the world’s most popular iOS and Android codec app for high fidelity live streaming with record and FTP capability, plus redundant IP streaming.

Report-IT Enterprise v3.6.x now supports GPIO relay options when connecting to Gateway and Gateway 4 codecs using firmware v3.02.08 or higher. This provides broadcasters with flexible options for triggering a range of latched or unlatched codec relay options. Two relay GPIOs can be displayed on the app’s Report Live screen which supports:

  1. Displaying when GPIs are activated/deactivated.
  2. Activation and deactivation of GPOs using the smartphone touchscreen.

User account GPIO configuration is supported in the TieServer Console app for iOS and Android, as well as the PC/Mac web-browser version of the TieServer Console accessed via

Report-IT Adds GPIOs
Report-IT GPIs and GPOs Explained


New Input Mute Feature

Report-IT also now supports input mute, as well as muting return channel audio. This allows users to control their input on/off status independently.

For more information on Report-IT Enterprise visit

To learn how to configure Report-IT Enterprise GPIOs visit and download the GPIO tech note.

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