Built from SVN r949. Released as beta because some code changes haven't been widely tested yet.
Backwards-incompatible API changes (for plugin developers/packagers) - see HERE for more details
Updated binaries build script to include Linux support (thanks, happy.neko!)
Updated OS X MPlayer to include fontconfig support
Updated Bulgarian translation (thanks, JORDITO!)
Updated German translation (thanks, smo!)
Updated Dutch translation
Added full featured IP filter with support for wildcards and ranges
Improved network interface choosing algorithm now skips virtual interfaces
Updated libraries (configuration, jgoodies and slf4j)
Detect file system changes runtime (adding/removing folders/files).
Updated JRE auto-download from 6u27 to 7u1
Added option to create a desktop shortcut to the Windows installer
Renderer image improvements
Improvements to tab layouts
Maximum bandwidth setting works
Limit bandwidth to 110Mb/s by default which should solve a lot of "stuttering playback" reports
Speeds displayed in Mb/s instead of Kb/s
Recognise forced subtitles (thanks, ExSport!)
Clarified English language labels
Updated MPlayer and MEncoder on Windows from Sherpya's old builds to SubJunk's new builds which fixes many playback issues, colour-conversion bugs and more (but possibly has drawbacks for some files, too)
Main (Status) tab displays a large tick when it's connected to a renderer instead of a PS3 or warning image
Updated MediaInfo to 0.7.50 from 0.7.47
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Following up on their PS3 Media Server v1.52.0 release, this weekend PlayStation 3 developer SubJunk has announced that PS3 Media Server 1.52.1 is now available for Windows and Linux users with the changes outlined below.
There was (sort of) but it was removed to prevent them getting their butts sued!
If you get the source code from the repository at a certain revision you might find it - but you'll then need to build it too
(I'm sure there are comments on the their forum about this which might give a clue as to the revision date)
Personally - i've NEVER had a problem with Cinavia - all my videos play perfectly.
Fix program starting on Linux
Support videos with resolutions that are not divisible by 4
Fixed the display of Hebrew subtitles
Improvements to logging
Updated Czech language (thanks, valib!)
For 1.23.0 and above:
Just uninstall the older version and install newer one
For versions prior to 1.23.0:
To retain your old settings you may have to copy your old config file/s to a new directory.
To find out where the new directory is on your computer, run the program and go to the Traces tab and look on the 14th line, the line that says "Profile directory:", that is the folder your config files should be saved now.
If you use the "media library / cache" option you should reset it.