The 2.0.1 release is mainly a maintenance (bug fix) release focusing on improving IP camera compatibility (including Cisco and Toshiba cameras). Along with many minor fixes, logs will be created correctly after installation and IP cameras will be less verbose about minor warnings.
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The following bugs were fixed in this release:
|Bug #1133: Log file is sometimes empty after install|
|Bug #1139: web: PTZ not working for IP cameras|
|Bug #1140: Web: FPS calculated improperly for MPEG4 cards|
|Bug #1142: Apache is not reloaded after installation in some cases|
|Bug #1148: Spelling error on Devices -> Settings -> Video / Audio adjustments|
|Bug #1149: No proper error when storage paths cannot be created|
|Bug #1152: Web: explicitly check for duplicate paths when camera ip addresses is changed|
|Bug #1154: Allow RTP devices with video streams at unusual PTS rates|
|Bug #1155: Web: make sure that PTZ control paths have slashes added, change default PTZ port|
|Bug #1156: Web: limit PTZ command execution time|
|Bug #1158: Unexpected “device disabled due to licensing” on some solo installations|
|Bug #1159: Web: randomize filename of the image sent with a notification|
|Bug #1161: Hide more RTP messages when debugging isn’t enabled|
The following features were added in this release:
Feature #1128: Expand API to include fetching JPEG images from events