Release Notes: V4L2 devices are now supported along with V4L2_bayer, SN9C10X, MJPEG, and UYVY. Device status was enhanced. Debian packaging was improved. The SWF codec for movie creation was added. ucvideo track pan/tilt support was added. A FreeBSD directory for building ports was added.
Release Notes: Bugfixes related to the use of ffmpeg and "ioctl (VIDIOCGCHAN): Invalid argument" error messages were implemented.
Release Notes: More robust netcam code, and some bugfixes in the webcam code to handle closed connections better and prevent denial of service attacks.
Release Notes: An ffmpeg segfault was fixed, and sending mail works correctly.
Release Notes: The netcam code uses tmpfiles instead of pipes. MPEG files are opened with append to prevent overwriting time lapse videos.
Release Notes: This release adds drawtext options for usertext. draw.c has been modified for alignment and border check. A call to ffmpeg_init() has been moved to main() to avoid image corruption. A call to put_mysql() in event_pgsql_newfile() has been removed.
Release Notes: A fix for the config file parser to allow '=' in arguments.
Release Notes: New 'dist' and 'updateguide' options in the Makefile, addition of motion_guide.html to the documentation, fixes for mpeg names when using oldlayout, an updated manpage, and a new check to low_cpu frame_delay calculation for a maximum of 1 second.
Release Notes: This release is fully threaded, enabling capture of multiple inputs from the same video device and capturing from multiple devices (plus various combinations). There is new webcam code (uses HTTP multipart mixed replace), new netcam capture code (uses libcurl), PostgreSQL support, and YUV422 support. It is capable of using ffmpeg to make real-time MPEG movies. There is a time lapse option and various other enhancements.
Release Notes: The removal of directories after MPEG creation was fixed. New netcam code was added.