[Server] Bleeding edge server versions available for download

Several customers have asked to try the latest bleeding edge version of the server.  We’ve been working hard on a 2.1.0 release.  We’ve optimized the code used to connect and stream from IP cameras which fixes several issues, including a

Bluecherry releases its cross platform video surveillance client open source (GPLv2)

  Febuary 7th, 2013 (Fulton, Missouri) – Bluecherry, a leader in Linux based video surveillance, is proud to announce the release of its cross platform client software under a GPLv2 license.  This software is written in Qt / C++ and

New support platform for ideas, problems and questions

In the past two years we’ve used several methods of providing public end-user support and idea tracking.  Initially we used Invision Power Board.  We then switched to UserVoice (which is a really great application for idea tracking) and used Zendesk forums for support, however

[Server] Bluecherry Version 2.0 released!

This release adds some last minute bug fixes for how the total FPS is calculated for analog capture cards, and the ability to disable, without deleting, email notifications and will now display an alert if the server is not-functioning. Since

[Server] Version 2 beta 9.7 released

This release features substantial changes to the web interface, including settings for email notification and better documentation, and solves a handful of bugs, including one that caused live streams on low bandwidth connections to become corrupted and unwatchable. Email notification