Ross Video Team Nov 23, 2021


Version 6.0 feature updates now available for Graphite

Version 6.0 of Graphite, our ultra-reliable, hardware-based all-in-one production system, adds a host of new audio features, provides a more streamlined and intuitive menu navigation system, and simplifies device configuration through DashBoard. 

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Please note: Full functionality of Graphite v.6.0 requires XPression v.10.55 or later. Systems that are more than 12 months old and not under XPression software maintenance will require renewal. The XPression Licensing Tool is available to check the software maintenance status. Please contact Ross Technical Support for more information and assistance.

Audio, Audio and more Audio 

Monitor Mix Selector with User-Selectable Auto-Follow Mode 

Choose which Mix to monitor (Main or any Aux Mix) with Auto-Follow mode to instantly switch between Main and Aux Mixes. 

Simple Aux Mix Mode 

Easily set up post-fader, unity-gain Aux mixes with user-selectable Mute controls. 

Additional Noise Gate Controls 

Depth and Hold controls, along with an improved on-screen display layout, provide more granular control.  

Ducking Audio & Talkback modes 

Easily create custom audio “ducking” or IFB talkback controls. 

Navigation and Configuration Improvements 

Improved DashBoard Menu Navigation 

Logical grouping of Operation, Information, and Setup functions.

Live Assist button available on all screens. 

Media Cache Manager 

Easily clear files from MediaStore RAM cache for better memory management. 

DashBoard Device Configuration 

Easily configure external device control without the need for a physical or virtual control surface.

Learn More

These version 6 updates are now available through our software downloads page.  For more information, you can also view our updated release notes.

Graphite is an all-inclusive production vehicle that combines superb big switcher performance with visually stunning 3D graphics, instant access clip servers, and pristine audio clarity – all with the reliability of separate system components. If you’d like to learn more, visit


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