Below you can find the life cycle for each version of Strawberry, including release dates and end-of-life (EOL) dates. The listed release dates and end-of-life dates include the Strawberry server software, proxy encoding node software as well as client applications for macOS and Windows. If your current Strawberry version is “end-of-life”, please schedule an update on our support page.
Strawberry Life Cycle
If your current Strawberry version is “end-of-life”, please schedule an update on our support page.
|Nov 15, 2021
|Sep 18, 2020
|Sep 17, 2022
|Dec 31, 2022
|Dec 12, 2019
|Dec 11, 2021
|Mar 10, 2022
|Dec 07, 2018
|Dec 06, 2020
|Mar 05, 2021
|May 08, 2018
|May 07, 2020
|Aug 6, 2020
Classic Mode EOL
If you are still operating Strawberry in Classic Mode (CM), please contact our support team to discuss and plan the switch to Shared Edits Mode (SEM). If you require further information about SEM, please click here.
|Jan 14, 2014
|Dec 31. 2022
|Mar 31, 2023
Client software refers to the Strawberry client applications for macOS and Windows, including all extension panels for Adobe Premiere and Adobe After Effects.
End of Life (EOL)
This refers to the date on which a major version’s last patch version was either released or will be released. Once the EOL date of a major version has passed, Projective will no longer provide any new features, patches and bug fixes for the respective major version. This includes the Strawberry server software as well as the client softwares.
End of Support (EOS)
This refers to the date until which Projective will assist with support-related tasks such as configuration assistance and troubleshooting. If a bug occurs during the EOS period, affected customers must first update to a Strawberry version that is not EOL. Once the EOS period of a major version has passed, Customers must update to a version that is not EOL to receive further support.
This refers to the date on which a Strawberry major version was initially released to the public.
Server software refers to the Strawberry server software as well as proxy encoding node software.
TBA is an abbreviation for “To Be Announced”.
This refers to the major Strawberry version and patch releases and includes the Strawberry server software and client applications. E.g., In the version number
6.4 is the major version, and
.14 is the patch release version. The version representation
6.4.x means the major version and all of its patch releases.
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