Beta 7 features improvements to the main interface, including live recording status, FPS, and bandwidth usage. Bandwidth can be limited using new framerate controls for live streams. Several stability issues were fixed along with other minor features.

The following features are added in this release:

Feature #390: Show current bandwidth usage in status bar
Feature #846: Client: Support low bandwidth mode
Feature #862: Show recording status on live view
Feature #881: Strip spaces on hostname in ‘Add new server’ section
Feature #892: Put version numbers in filenames for OS X and Windows installers
Feature #893: Improve seeking with the mouse in event videos
Feature #901: Display actual FPS of live feeds
Feature #904: Improve appearance and convenience of the main UI window
Feature #945: Update to Qt 4.7.4 for all platforms

The following bugs are fixed in this release:

Bug #885: Labels Getting Messed Up
Bug #895: Application freeze when saving live snapshot in some situations
Bug #896: OS X crash at shutdown
Bug #939: Qt linking issues on some Linux systems with conflicting installs

These packages have been added to the Ubuntu repositories, so you can simply run sudo apt-get install bluecherry-client on Ubuntu / Debian systems.  Windows and OSX versions can be downloaded from https://www.bluecherrydvr.com/downloads