July 3rd 2023

AtomOS 10.93.00 Firmware Release Notes

Ninja V+

Installation Instructions:

ATOMOS recommends that your Ninja V+ is plugged into mains power before commencing the firmware update.

  1. Insert a compatible, formatted SSD into the Docking Station.
  2. Unzip the downloaded file and copy the ATOMNJP.FW file to the root of the HDD/SSD.
  3. Eject the SSD (according to operating system guidelines).
  4. Insert the SSD into the Ninja V+.
  5. If you have an ATOMOS CONNECT accessory ensure this is connected to your device before powering on, as the module firmware will also need to be updated as part of this FW release.
  6. Power on the Ninja V+ and the firmware update process will begin automatically.
  7. If your Ninja V+ is already powered on, you will be prompted to perform the firmware update when a drive containing new firmware is inserted.
  8. Once the update is complete, your Ninja V+ will power itself down.
  9. Power your Ninja V+ back on and the device will automatically start updating the ATOMOS CONNECT accessory.
  10. To verify if the firmware update was successfully completed, navigate to the main menu and scroll to the info tab.

Note: Once firmware 10.93.00 is successfully installed on the Ninja V+, the unit may reboot to update the ATOMOS CONNECT firmware. Do not interrupt the firmware installation process.

New Features:

On-Device Intercom for Live Shows

When configuring a live show in Atomos Cloud Studio, you can now set up your Ninja V+ as an intercom device, allowing you to talk or listen to other crew members on a shoot. This was previously only possible via the ATOMOS – Surface app, but with 10.93.00, we're adding Intercom to our Connect-enabled products.


Note: Our devices don't provide Bias Power and require a powered Microphone in order to detect incoming audio through their 3.5mm Mic Jack.

You can find more information on using the On-Device intercom feature via this link: https://support.atomos.com/hc/en-us/articles/7300356723343

Introduction of the Ignore Audio Dropouts function

Our devices will generally restart the recording if there is any change in the input, regardless if it's in the video or audio feeds. With some video inputs, particularly wireless video transmission systems, when the signal strength decreases, the video may continue to be transmitted consistently, but the audio may drop in and out. In this scenario, the Ninja would then split the clip whenever the audio drops out, even though the video continues to be transmitted.

Limitations of the Ignore Audio Dropouts function

Full support for the ATOMOS – Cast App

The ATOMOS – Cast App for PC and Mac allows users to access all the features they're already familiar with from operating their CAST via its physical buttons and the Ninja's 5" touchscreen display while gaining access to some exciting new features exclusive to the App.

These new standout features include:
System Requirements to run the ATOMOS – CAST App
Current limitations of the ATOMOS – Cast App

More details on the ATOMOS – Cast App can be found on our FAQs via this link: https://support.atomos.com/hc/en-us/sections/7330360318863-ATOMOS-Cast-App

Alternatively, there'll also be a setup guide video on our YouTube channel very soon: https://www.youtube.com/user/AtomosVideo

Download the ATOMOS – Cast App from here: https://www.atomos.com/product-support

Bug Fixes & Improvements

Known Limitations to be resolved in future releases: