Sunday, August 12, 2012

TCPRelay beta

TCPRelay beta is now available! Download the 32-bit or 64-bit version. You may also need to install the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.

What's new in this version:
  • General
    • FIXED: [] no longer tries to reverse DNS lookup the target host. Should fix issues with not being able to connect to certain servers.
    • FIXED: [] reduced socket buffer size. This should eliminate dropped frames and disconnects caused by a change in version
  • Console
    • FIXED: [] application no longer crashes when a connection is closed.
  • GUI
    • FIXED: Target URI field no longer loses selection after being populated by the updater.
    • FIXED: speeds below 1 bps no longer show as ",# bps" or "bps".
    • FIXED: [] outbound and inbound speeds were swapped.
    • IMPROVED: connection info no longer shows the local bandwidth (the old Received column). Since TCPRelay cannot receive more data than it can push to the servers (due to blocking I/O), that column was completely redundant. The numbers displayed in the GUI now represent the actual bandwidth usage (the old Published column).
    • IMPROVED: average speed is now an average of the last 2 seconds.
    • IMPROVED: connection info now displays connection duration in HH:MM:SS.
    • IMPROVED: [] closed connections now display the overall average speeds.
    • Speed history graph:
      • IMPROVED: widened to fit the extra available space.
      • IMPROVED: now displays a wide bar with the current speeds to the right of the graph.
      • IMPROVED: slightly reduced resource usage.
TCPRelay still does not have its own icon. If anyone could provide me with one, preferably in 16x16, 32x32, 48x48, 64x64 ICO and 128x128, 256x256 PNG formats, I'd be very grateful! :)

Check out the official topic on XSplit's forums and see for yourself all the great feedback people gave me.


  1. When I first downloaded TCP, there was no application to open for me. The Dos page opened and closed almost instantly, but my xsplit did run much much better, so I figured it was working as intended. Downloaded newer version now, hopefully it works just as good.

  2. Well, this is weird. It was supposed to stay open. Anyway, the new version should be much easier to use. Have fun!