Version 1.9 Released
- Published: Sunday, 23 July 2017 16:41
We are pleased to announce that version 1.9 is available for download.
The biggest change in this release is the new HTML5 player in MediaBrowser. It replaces the Flash player and should work well in most modern browsers. You can also name your devices in the console.
Apart from all the other changes we have also made a lot of changes in the background that will enable integrating with other services, like the Alexa skill (stay tuned).
As always, thanks go to the testers, translators and guys helping at the forum.
Version 1.8 released
- Published: Friday, 09 December 2016 19:26
We are pleased to announce that version 1.8 is ready for download. There are a couple of nice new features in this release.
Serviio now can detect when you start and stop playing a file. In some cases it's still based on estimation (due to the DLNA protocol limitations), but for basic overview of what is playing where it should do. Check out the playback notifications in the Console and playback info on the Status page in the Console.
On the back of the above, Serviio now integrates with trakt.tv service. Serviio will add your library items to the Trakt.tv collection (assuming you are using descritpive metadata for your videos) and will also keep track of the videos you play to update your viewing progress on trakt.tv. Go check them out.
Lastly, Serviio finally supports multiple genres per video.
As usual, the upgrade will rescan your entire library, so expect some higher CPU usage while it's happening.
Version 1.7 released
- Published: Monday, 12 September 2016 21:32
We are happy to announce that version 1.7 is now ready. This release was mostly based around better and more streamlined support for languages in video files, either audio tracks or subtitles. Serviio now finally supports delivering transcoded files with multiple audio tracks or gives you the option to prefer a particular audio language.
Another useful feature is the integration with opensubtitles.org, that brings automatically downloaded subtitles for your video files.
You can now also change the style of subtitles, if they are burned-in.
Thanks to everyone who helped with this release.
QNAP officially supported
- Published: Wednesday, 20 April 2016 17:15