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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: