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DVRMSToolbox 1.2.1.6 - Public Release

Version 1.2.1.6
- Disable WER on Vista for DVRMStoMPEG.exe
- Add remote system idle timer reseting in the FW (works slightly different when running in service v. winform)
- fixed an inconsistent metadata issue
- ReloadMetadata action
- MigrateMetadataToContext action
- ConvertVideoFile advanced action to convert to xvid (requires xvid encoder filter) h.264 (requires Monogram x264 encoder) AAC (requires Monogram AAC encoder), AC3 (requires Monogram AC3 encoder) or MP3 (requires Monogram MP3 encoder) with resize and crop (requires custom meraka filters) writes to avi, mkv, or mp4 containers
- Cleanup profile GUI in settings tool
- Coyotes's Export to iPhone with ffmpeg profile
- ffmpeg iPhone profile
- ReplaceSageTvFile action
- Reworked action dependancy model, so non-boolean types can have dependant properties (supports boolean and enum, but other types will be easy to add if necessary)
- Addin changed back to being able to install on Windows 7
- Added InstallDir and RunDir context values (should be the same values in most cases)
- Fixed an issue with using comskip with sage
- Added Monogram filters for ConvertVideoFile to the installer (unregistered)
- Added Queue with FileWatcher feature to GUI
- MigrateMetaData explicitly sets WM/WMRVContentProtected to false
- FindCommercials sets background I/O mode if process priority is Idle, instead of for the entire process run
- Add TempFolder context value
- ChangeContextValue supports the use of context values in the replace expression
- Added MoveToRecycleBin option to FileOperation action.  If file is too big for the Recycle Bin, it is deleted normally.
- Change RunExternal to assume ProcessName that do not exist are in the Applications directory
- Ben's convert MKV/AVI to DVRMS profiles
- Warren's TvDBMetaData lookup action
- FileOperation supports Context values in Destination
- Added todvrms.exe to the Applications folder

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