Version 9.4.2 released

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SubJunk
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Version 9.4.2 released

Post by SubJunk » Tue Apr 21, 2020 4:04 pm

General:

This release improves support for some common file formats, improves support for VLC for iOS, fixes a Linux startup bug, improves performance and more!

We are busy preparing our next beta which improves and extends our metadata, allowing for things like recommendations, genres, ratings from major sources, etc. as well as remote access.

Download:

You can download it from the front page, our other official mirrors, or install it via Docker with:

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docker pull universalmediaserver/ums
Changes since 9.4.1
  • General:
    • Improved detection of M4V and MP4 files
    • Improved automated regression tests for media format detection
    • Improved detection of incomplete binaries
    • Fixed Linux failing to use bundled FFmpeg (thanks, snicket2100!)
    • Fixed support for custom server names with special characters (thanks, snicket2100!)
  • Renderers:
    • Improved support for H.264 videos on VLC for iOS
  • Translation updates via Crowdin:
    • Bulgarian (96%)
    • Finnish (100%)
    • French (100%)
    • Hungarian (84%)
    • Romanian (100%)
    • Slovak (100%)
  • Dependencies:
    • Updated Chromecast api-v2 to 0.11.3
    • Fixed broken FFmpeg binary on Linux x86
    • Updated Google Gson to 2.8.6
    • Updated Google Guava to 29.0
    • Updated h2database to 1.4.200
    • Updated Java Runtime Environment to 1.8.251
Notes:
  • Windows has limited support from XP onwards, but full support is for Windows 7 onwards
  • macOS 10.10+ is fully supported

maan007
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Re: Version 9.4.2 released

Post by maan007 » Tue Apr 21, 2020 10:16 pm

Does not start as a service on Windows Server 2019. Error 1067

chickyboom
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Re: Version 9.4.2 released

Post by chickyboom » Wed Apr 22, 2020 8:01 am

Ran into a huge memory leak issue with 9.4.1, was using over 8 GB ram after running a couple of days, hopefully this update avoids that.

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