To quote: This build functions as the bleeding-edge testing version of PMS. Here you can find features and bugfixes before they are added to the official version, and sometimes ones that never will be.
Using this build is mostly a way for you to see the newest developments and to help us by providing feedback.
Synchronised with official r910 from r856, changelog: https://code.google.com/p/ps3mediaserver/source/list?num=54&start=910
Modified Status tab to display a tick when any renderer is found, instead of either the PS3 or warning message.
Shagrath for the main project. Chocolateboy, lokkju, jscott, ExSport and idavies, in no particular order, for code contributions. DPT, jpagie, mads and mazey for private testing. Tianuchka for help with translations. The dozens of users who provide feedback in order to let me know what needs to be improved.
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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.