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[Client] 2.2.5 released – Now with Windows x64 support

This release adds support for thumbnails in continuous events and fixes two reported crashes. This release also adds Windows 64 bit support which should help increase performance during live view.

As always you can download the client on our website, www.bluecherrydvr.com/downloads or run ‘sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get install bluecherry-client’ on Ubuntu / Debian systems.  Optionally you can build the latest client yourself by downloading the source code here (https://github.com/bluecherrydvr/bluecherry-client)

Any issues can be reported to the community forums

The following features are added in this release:

* Show thumbnails for recordings (now includes continuous events)

The following bugs are fixed in this release:

* Fixed crash #244 on closing event player
* Fixed MJPEG livestream decoding issue #211

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[Server] 2.6 released! Save 26% off software licenses

With the release of 2.6 we are offering 26% off all software licenses until April 15, 2016 using coupon code 26Release.  Save 10% off our new 16 port H.264 capture card bundle using coupon code bundlesavings.

The 2.6 release is the latest stable version and includes months of development that was included in the 2.5 unstable tree.  This release supports the following major features:

  • ONVIF camera detection
  • New (redesigned) web interface backend
  • HTML5 video playback from the web interface (accessed from https://bluecherry-server:7001/playback)
  • New motion detection support that lowers CPU usage by 20-40% (http://docs.bluecherrydvr.com/article/128-experimental-motion-detection)
  • Changes to the license key authentication system to stop random license key rejections.
  • Trigger events via API call. Currently this API is very limited and you can only trigger a recording for a pre-set period of time.  We will update this page with more information once we expand the API in future releases.
  • Add support for BC-H480p-16 (Bluecherry H.264 capture cards)

Upgrading to 2.6 is as simple as running ‘sudo apt-get update ;  sudo apt-get install bluecherry’

Questions or Comments?  Visit our community support site (community.bluecherrydvr.com).

The following list of changes for the 2.6 release: 

 

[Client] 2.2.3 released

This release fixes several crashes reported in the 2.2.2 and adds support for Polish translation.  Ubuntu and Debian versions now support newer OpenSSL versions (< 0.9.8).  This release also allows the low bandwidth setting to be preserved during client restarts.

As always you can download the client on our website, www.bluecherrydvr.com/downloads or run ‘sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get install bluecherry-client’ on Ubuntu / Debian systems.  Optionally you can build the latest client yourself by downloading the source code here (https://github.com/bluecherrydvr/bluecherry-client)

Any issues can be reported to the community forums

The following features are added in this release:

* Add support for Polish translation
* Updated OpenSSL version used by Bluecherry
* For live view bandwidth settings (low bandwidth mode) to be remembered during client restarts
The following bugs are fixed in this release:
* Make sure temporary video files left from previous runs are cleared on startup
* Fix seeking during play back
* Scroll do not work properly after player finished playing (https://github.com/bluecherrydvr/bluecherry-client/issues/257)
* Fix crashes (#256, #247)
* Fix Wrong default argument in EventVideoPlayer::setVideo() declaration crash
* Fix Double MplayerProcess::position() is inherently asynchronous crash