Tech Support

Current Burli Tech News

Log4J2 (aka Log4Shell, Log4J) vulnerability, December 2021

Burli Newsroom and Burli NE are NOT believed to be effected by the high severity vulnerability CVE-2021-44228 in the the Apache Log4j 2 utility. The issue was disclosed by Apache on December 9, 2021.

Burli does not use Java or the affected Java library. Read more…

Windows 11, October 2021

Some early adopters are now running Burli on Windows 11 with good success and no known issues.

Before upgrading, one word of caution: some 3rd-party drivers for professional media devices (audio devices, AoPI systems), GPIO equipment, and other broadcast hardware may not work as expected on Windows 11. It can take a while for all systems in a typical broadcast environment to be stable on a new Windows version.

Windows 7, Server 2008R2 End-of-Life, January 2020

Microsoft stopped all support for Windows 7 and Windows 2008R2 in January 2020. If you’re still using either we strongly recommend upgrading to something newer. Burli works well with all recent versions of Windows 10.

Burli ended its official support for Windows 7 and Server 2008R2 at the same time that Microsoft did. We can no longer guarantee that updates to Burli products will run reliably (or at all) on Windows 7/2008R2.

Tech Support Options

If you are a customer in an active support contract with Burli, click on one of the options below.

Contact a Support Technician

Technical Support

Email: support@burli.com
Telephone: +1.604.684.3140

General technical support is available by phone or email from our North American office during regular business hours (08:30 to 16:30 Pacific Time). 24-hour emergency telephone support is always available at the same number.

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Support Website

Our Technical Support Website includes downloads, documentation, bulletins, tips, drivers, utilities and much more. It’s an essential resource for customers looking for detailed answers.

Choose your Burli product below:

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Login credentials are needed – contact us if you have lost your credentials!

Your user name and password for the new Burli Newsroom support site are the same as the legacy support.burli.com site!

The Burli NE Support Site is up and has some resources, but is not complete yet.  Please see Contact a Support Technician (above) if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

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Remote Support

Burli uses TeamViewer to remotely support our customers’ needs.  Download our QuickSupport Tool (v11) to let our technicians work on your Burli workstation.


Customers outside North America should contact their local support office.

If you are not currently in a support contract, please contact us.