Version: 5.0b3 (39236)
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS 10.9 or later
Web Site: https://panic.com/transmit/
Transmit 5 is the ultimate FTP + SFTP + WebDAV + Amazon S3 file transfer client on the Mac.
You need to transfer files. Maybe to an FTP or SFTP server, or the cloud via Amazon S3, or using WebDAV. You maintain a website, do backups, or upload photos. You need Transmit, the #1 Mac OS X FTP client.
– Protocol power: FTP (Normal, Implicit SSL, and TLS/SSL), SFTP, Amazon S3, and WebDAV (HTTP and HTTPS)
– Flexible Favorites for fast server access
– Handy two-pane view
– Fast multiple-connection transfers
– Easy transfer manager
– Quick Look, CoverFlow, Image Thumbnail view
– Places for one-click folder access
– FXP Support
– Bandwidth Limiting
– So much more!
Scary, wicked fast compared to Transmit 3 — up to 25 times.
4x faster: listing 30,000 remote files.
18x faster: downloading 30,000 small files.
2.25x faster: deleting 30,000 small files.
25x faster: uploading 15,000 small files.
hh5;AND ONE MORE THING: TRANSMIT DISK.
With the brand-new Transmit Disk feature, you can now mount any of your favorites in the Finder itself — even if Transmit’s not running. These volumes are real: drag files to your SFTP server, save a small graphic to your Amazon S3 bucket directly from Photoshop, or roll your own iDisk-like backup volume. It’s all possible in T4.
hh5;What’s new in Transmit 5?
More servers. Transmit can now connect and manage the files on 10 new cloud service providers. These include Amazon Cloud Drive, Backblaze B2 , Box, DreamObjects, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft OneDrive, and Rackspace Cloud Files.
More speed. We’ve rewritten giant pieces of the Transmit engine to, among other things, truly multi-thread transfers and make sure your files upload and download as quickly as possible. It’s way faster.
More sync. Transmit 5 now supports Panic Sync, our secure, simple, and free syncing service. And since Transmit iOS also supports Panic Sync , you can now bring your sites everywhere you go. See below for more information!
And much more. Including a totally refreshed UI, a new Get Info sidebar, batch rename, tag support, local-to-local and remote-to-remote sync, 2-factor login, improved key handling, open in terminal, improved file rule options, a new places bar, sort in column view , selectable file sync, a better sync progress bar, NFC filename support, NTLM & HTTP digest authentication support, Amazon S3 API V4 support, extra-large Amazon S3 file support
What’s New in Version 5.0b3 (39236):
- Added preference for tab labels to display current directory or server name
- Added more detailed file name reporting to activity queue
- Places bar now shows an overflow menu if needed
- Improved endpointrelated S3 error messages
- Remote files replaced by symlinks are now updated in file browser
- FTP chown failure no longer prevents edited file from being saved successfully the first time
- Port field is now used when connecting to a nonAmazon S3 endpoint
- Resetting Panic Sync password no longer displays multiple alerts
- Link Folder Navigation state is now remembered when using state restoration
- File Sync time offset user interface now reflects the actual value
- Rules are now saved when closing preferences window via ESC key
- Improved smooth scrolling of files in column view
- Enabling “Folders above files” now also uses the “Sort by” option in column view
- Resolved an issue that could prevent SFTP connections in some configurations
- OAuth tokens saved with Servers can no longer be used for Quick Connect operations
- Fixed a problem with resolving relative symlinks after navigating back into a cached directory
- Selected Server group now restored on relaunch
- Rightclicking on Server no longer triggers field editor
- Resolved an issue where “Copy URL” would use an unexpected favorite path/URL
- Fixed a crash that could occur when deleting buckets in S3
- No longer display certain nonfailure error messages related to safe saving a file
- Pausing the activity queue now works as expected
- Amazon S3: Overwriting files larger than 5GB no longer results in multiple metadata errors
- Other minor cosmetic/usability improvements