Beta 9.1 resolves an urgent bug with continuous recording from some IP cameras (including Panasonic), which resulted in truncated recordings. This release also resolves issues when recording from ACTi cameras, caused by their B2 frame feature. We also changed how errors are logged to the client, which should remove most of the “1 second” durations. Expect to see better error reporting from IP cameras in the client in 9.2.
Information on how to upgrade to this release can be found on our Knowledge Base. During upgrade you will be asked to migrate your mysql database. This is normal behavior, and just follow the steps when asked for your password.
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The following features are added in this release:
|Feature #891: Keep a duration for error events|
|Feature #1022: Reduce the motion detection interval for IP cameras to save CPU on high-framerate streams|
The following bugs are fixed in this release:
|Bug #956: 1-second events and avlib errors when recordings cannot be written|
|Bug #965: Recording errors result in a continuous stream of useless 1-second events|
|Bug #1023: IP Camera motion detect page gives no indication when settings are saved|
|Bug #1026: ACTi devices at high bitrates have corrupt recordings|
|Bug #1034: Web: improper formatting on devices template page|
|Bug #1035: Web: permissions not saved on user page|
|Bug #1037: Truncated continuous recordings after file reset on some IP cameras|
|Bug #1038: Web: Resolve CSS layout problems|