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January 2013 - Posts

  • DTB R5 - EA Release

    This is an Early Access release.

    - Add support for LAV Video decoder (forces DI and HWA decode, if available, during transcoding)
    - Fix a bug in codec detection when incomplete video stream informations is present
    - Fix a bug where JRSidecar xml files are deleted by the FW cleanup process
    - Incorporate updated TVDB scrapper action
    - Stop registering OOTB filters globally
    - Transition to "Known Filters" registration scheme, loader will fall back on global lookups (normal DS) in some cases
    - Bundle LAV and Haali filters with DTB in unregistered state
    - Remove outdated applications from installer. Now available via separate download.
    - Fix a memory leak in the FW when multiple update events are fired in rapid succession.
    - Better support for EDL files when not using SageTV
    - Better support for storing artifacts with TV files
    - Add support for Mi Casa Verde Vera HA scene execution
    - Fix bug introduced earlier in FindCommercials
    - Change DTB VE to use registrationless COM filter method


  • DTBAddin R4 - EA Release

    This is an Early Access release.
    - Installs on W8 (untested)
    - Add automatic edl -> xml conversion
    - Disable key handling when Info dialog is triggered
    - Mi Casa Verde Vera Scene triggering based on events/experiences
    - Enhance skip back functionality.



  • LcdWriter Updated

    I fixed an issue with LcdWriter a while back, but forgot to release it so...

    Updated 01/31/13: Fix an issue with how recording sessions are tracked in WMC


    Posted Jan 31 2013, 10:29 AM by babgvant with no comments
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  • WOL Website

    I recently picked up a Rasbery Pi and as part of the playing with it I installed Mono and put a simple website that I wrote a long time ago to send WOL packets to systems on the local network. I never released it publicly because the number of people running IIS at home is probably pretty low, but since it works on Linux + Mono it's a cheap and easy way to add this feature to your home network. 


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